Information for Graduate Students

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Prospective Students

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For Current Students

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Student Learning Outcomes

1. Demonstrate a mastery of advanced chemical engineering concepts. (All students - Ph.D., M.S. thesis, M.S. non-thesis, and BS/MS)

2. Effectively communicate scientific concepts and/or research results in both written and oral formats to scientific and general audiences. (All students - Ph.D., M.S. thesis, M.S. non-thesis, and BS/MS)

3. Demonstrate the ability perform independent research on an original topic in chemical engineering. (Ph.D. and M.S. thesis students)

4. Demonstrate the ability to critically identify and solve research problems, summarize disciplinary information, evaluate research findings. (Ph.D. and M.S. thesis students)

5. Demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to safe and ethical behavior through adherence to best safety practices and academic integrity principles. (All students - Ph.D., M.S. thesis, M.S. non-thesis, and BS/MS)

6. Demonstrate the ability to serve as a STEM ambassador through outreach and service activities. (All students - Ph.D., M.S. thesis, M.S. non-thesis, and BS/MS)

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Syed Mubeen
Director of Graduate Admissions
Associate Professor

syed-mubeen@uiowa.edu

The Director of Graduate Admissions (DGA) recruits and serves as the first point of contact for prospective graduate students.

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Alec Scranton
Director of Graduate Studies
Professor

alec-scranton@uiowa.edu

The Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) is an advocate for graduate students and graduate student success.   The DGS advises incoming students, coordinates the research advisor selection process, monitors and tracks student progress, and is a point of contact for graduate program questions.

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Jun Wang
Department Executive Officer
Professor

jun-wang-1@uiowa.edu

The Department Executive Officer is the academic administrator the Chemical and Biochemical Engineering department.

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Sara Hartman
Academic Program Specialist

sara-v-hartman@uiowa.edu

The Academic Program Specialist is a contact for prospective, incoming, and current students.  The Academic Program Specialist is a point of contact for anything related to the academic program, website, social media, and administrative odds and ends.

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Amanda Jensen
Department Administrator

amanda-m-jensen@uiowa.edu

The Department Administrator is a point of contact for anything related to graduate student human resources, finance, travel, and administrative odds and ends.

News Highlights

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UI engineering professors study links between air pollution and diseases and food security

Thursday, January 19, 2023
University of Iowa Engineering Professor Gregory Carmichael is leading a study into the links between exposure to air pollution and human health and crop yields in hopes of generating improved and innovative public health and air quality interventions.