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Chemical Engineering at Tufts University was established in 1901 and the first Bachelor of Science degree was awarded in 1905, making Tufts one of the first five colleges in the United States to develop a chemical engineering curriculum. In 2000, Tufts became the first chemical engineering department in the nation to recognize the evolving interdisciplinary nature of the field by integrating biological engineering into its curriculum.
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Research Areas

Materials for Energy and Sustainability

Cell and Biomolecular Engineering

Systems and Process Modeling

Department Highlights

Linda Abriola Named University Professor
Professor Linda M. Abriola was named a University Professor, the highest academic honor conferred at Tufts. It is a distinction currently held by just four other faculty members here. Abriola is the first woman to receive the appointment Read more >

Alumni Notables

University of Cincinnati Professor Dionysios D. Dionysiou, EG95, received the Tufts School of Engineering 2012 Outstanding Career Achievement Award. Read more >

ChBE News and Events

Flytzani-Stephanopoulos, Horowitz, Yang, and Bengani Receive SOE 2015 Grad Awards

Professor Kyongbum Lee Inducted into AIMBE College of Fellows

Professor Flytzani-Stephanopoulos named Associate Editor of Science Advances, AAAS' first open access online-only journal

Read ChBE's Winter 2015 newsletter

Professor Flytzani-Stephanopoulos's latest work is featured in Science

Professor Flytzani-Stephanopoulos was Plenary Speaker at the ISCRE 23 meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, Sept. 7–10, 2014

Open Positions for AY 2015-16

The School of Engineering and the ChBE Department honor Prof. Stephanopoulos for her election to the NAE

Dr. Alice P. Gast Delivered the 2014 Jeanne and Martin Sussman Endowed Lecture — April 2, 2014

Professor Flytzani-Stephanopoulos Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Professor Lee and BME collaborators Win NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant

Professors Lee and Hassoun Receive NSF Grant For Impact of Microbiota Metabolites on Obesity

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Degree Programs

B.S. in Chemical Engineering
M.S/M.E. in Chemical Engineering
M.S./M.E. in Bioengineering: Cell and Bioprocess Engineering
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering
Ph.D. in Biotechnology

Botsaris Memorial Symposium

Thank you for joining us as we honored the legacy and scholarship of Gregory Botsaris at our symposium on April 17.

See the program invitation for full list of speakers and schedule for the day.

Remembering Professor Botsaris