The Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Toledo offers a
BS in Chemical Engineering,
MS in Chemical Engineering, and
PhD in Engineering.
On these pages you will find additional information about our educational and research programs.
The latest accomplishments of our students, alumni, and staff are highlighted in the Department News column.
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The Chemical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Professor Seo Receives Grant September 9, 2016
Professor Youngwoo Seo (joint appointment with Civil and Environmental Engineering) received funding from the National Science Foundation to support his work on "Engineering Biofilm Dynamics for Cyanotoxins in Biological Water Treatment."
This project seeks to understand how biofilm dynamics can be engineered in biological drinking water treatment for cyanobacterial toxin removal.
Alum Accepts Position at Case Western Reserve University September 9, 2016
Dr. Burcu (Eksioglu) Gurkan, a 2004 MS graduate and Best Master Thesis Award recipient, has accepted a position as an assistant professor in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department at Case Western Reserve University.
While at UT, she worked with Dr. Arun Nadarajah. Subsequently, Dr. Gurkan received a PhD from University of Notre Dame and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at MIT and University of Akron.
Her research interests are energy storage and electrochemical separation processes.
Alum Selected as NASA Glenn Deputy Director August 31, 2016
UT COE Alum Marla Perez-Davis, M.S. in Chemical Engineering '87, will combine her experience in the areas of aeronautics, business management and safety assurance with excellent leadership capabilities as NASA Glenn Research Center's next deputy director. Congrats, Marla!
Students Work in El Salvador Makes UT News August 21, 2016
The nearly year long efforts of Lisa Young, Alison Haas, Kylee Kramer, and Kayla Piezer (Env. Eng.) to construct and install a water treatment system were reported in the UT News. Click here to read more.