ChE News

ChE News

Message from the Chair

Welcome to the Department of Chemical Engineering at Northeastern University (NU) - the private university which receives more undergraduate applications annually than any other university in the United States (earning NU the title of the most applied-to private university in the United States). We offer degrees at all levels (Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy) and are internationally renowned for high quality classroom-based education in conjunction with industrial work experience. Our top-rated (and one of the nation’s largest) Cooperative (Co-op) Education program was one of the first in the country and the Chemical Engineering Co-op program places students in over 55 companies spanning the areas of consumer products, plastics, biotechnology, nanotechnology, alternative energy, and petrochemicals, to name a few. We even place students in International Co-op locations in the UK, France, Switzerland, China, and Vietnam.
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Recent News

7 ChE Students Chosen for Huntington 100

Kristen Coletti, Victor Lambert, Joseph Marini, Caleb Donnelly, Miranda Lawrence, Jaimie Rogner, and Griffin Rapsilber were chosen for this year’s “Huntington 100”, a prestigious honor given to the most outstanding students for their hard work and achievements.

Record breaking number of presentations by Northeastern at the Society for Biomaterials conference

We had a record breaking number of presentations by Northeastern this year at the Society for Biomaterials conference in Denver, with 16 presentations by ChE faculty and students.

Webster Elected President of Society for Biomaterials

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was elected to be the 2015-16 President for the Society for Biomaterials, serving as President-elect for 2014-2015.

Webster featured in The Guardian

ChE Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was featured in The Guardian for his methods of "Intercepting infections" with a sensor that would detect infections and release drugs to stop it before it spreads.