Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering was established in 1901, making it one of the first chemical engineering programs in the country. With 800 undergraduates, 200 graduate students, and more than 40 full-time faculty members, it is also one of the largest.
The College of Engineering at Georgia Tech consistently ranks among the top five engineering colleges in the country.
The Center for Academic Success is offering its first summer
Academic Success workshop next Tuesday. The workshop includes tips and
strategies, as well as resources and hands-on activities, to help students set
and achieve their academic goals for this summer. All undergraduates are
encouraged to attend, but this should be especially helpful to students who
want to really focus on trying some new strategies to do well academically this
Workshop: "Setting Smart Goals for Summer Semester"
Tuesday, May 22
For questions or more information, contact or visit the Center for Academic
Success at 283 Clough Commons firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2012 Online Application for Graduation window opens
Last day to apply without a fee for Fall 2012 graduation using the
Online Application for Graduation (applying after the 15th will incur a
$50 late fee)
Last day to apply for Fall 2012 graduation using the Online Application for Graduation.
Summer Degree Audits Complete:
Please check DegreeWorks and your email to make sure you do not have anything from our office regarding degree audits for this summer. Make sure to look all the way at the bottom of DegreeWorks for notes placed by our office if you think you are missing something. If you believe something is not correct, contact the advising office immediately!
Please see the following concerning a summer research opening in the Kawajiri group:
research group is looking for an undergraduate researcher in the Summer
Semester. The student will utilize many of the techniques covered in this
course. If you are interested, please send your (1) resume and (2)
expected graduate date to Jason Bentley (email@example.com)
and set up an appointment with him to discuss your interest.
Project: Experimental study of simulated moving bed chromatography
Kawajiri research group specializes in modeling, process design, optimization,
and bioseparations (chromatography). In this project, the student will
develop a mathematical model that describes SMB chromatography. The student
must be interested in mathematical modeling of separation processes.
Completed or currently taking CHBE 2120 Numerical Methods.
at Georgia Tech > 3.40.
Interested in pursuing this project for credits in Summer 2012.
The CHBE advising office would like to extend our congratulations to all of our CHBE students and especially those seniors graduating this semester. We wish you the best moving forward, and we enjoyed the short (or for you, seemingly long :) ) time you spent with us here at Tech.
For those returning to CHBE have a fantastic Summer and we will see you in a couple of weeks, or this fall!