CBE at Iowa

The University of Iowa Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering offers both thesis and non-thesis Masters of Science programs, a Doctor of Philosophy program, and a 5-year U2G program. 

Graduate students in the Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering gain an understanding of the principles of engineering science, with a focus on a chosen research area:

The department emphasizes research, personalized student-centered curricula and mentoring, and commits to full support for five years of all admitted Ph.D. students that meet basic program milestones. We utilize a research-based comprehensive exam to streamline our Ph.D. experience.  

Student Information

Prospective Students

Current Students

Graduate Program Contacts

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.

Jennifer Fiegel
Director of Graduate Studies
Associate Professor

jennifer-fiegel@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.

C. Allan Guymon
Department Executive Officer
Professor

allan-guymon@uiowa.edu

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

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.

Kate Duffus
Department Administrator

kate-duffus@uiowa.edu

The Department Administrator (DA) is the department contact for human resources and finance questions.  The DA is the point of contact for topics relating to appointments, finance, tuition, and administrative odds and ends.  

 

Iowa Advanced Technology Laboratories

Iowa Advanced Technology Laboratories

 

 

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