The School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University has its roots in one of the oldest and most respected chemical engineering departments in the western United States. OSU's undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering was first accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) in 1917. The school currently has more than twenty-four faculty members who pursue a variety of research and teaching activities. The graduate program boasts MEng, MS, and PhD degrees in both Chemical and Environmental Engineering.
Thanks to three Oregon State University students and the university’s new Collaboratory program, the Utah Ballroom Dance Company will be lighting up the stage on their next tour with dance suits made with electroluminescent wire.… Read full story.
An advance in the science of metal-insulator-metal diodes is moving researchers closer to a world of super-fast electronics not limited by the speed with which electrons can move through silicon.… Read full story.
Currently accepting applications to fill a 9.0 month, tenure-track position in chemical process design and engineering, beginning September 16, 2014. This position requires a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering, a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering or closely-related field, and professional experience in process design. The successful candidate is expected to develop and teach courses in capstone chemical process design at the undergraduate level, and develop a research program that complements the existing strengths of the School.