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Chemical & Environmental Engineering

This section of the college news site gathers stories that feature the faculty, students, staff and programs of the UA Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. For detailed information about all other aspects of CHEE, please visit the department website.

Chemical & Environmental Engineering News

CubeSat in space

$3M in NASA Funding to Help Students Build CubeSats

UA team to collaborate with students from Arizona and Puerto Rico on the next generation of space exploration technology.
A group of men and women standing on the front steps of a building.

From Professor to Provost: University Honors Jeff Goldberg

As his term as interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost comes to a close, former dean of the College of Engineering and newly appointed Dean Emeritus Jeff Goldberg reflects on his 34 years at the University of Arizona.
Dirt explosion

Team Uses 'Magic' Microbes, Chemical Processes to Render Toxic Explosives Harmless

With $1.7 million in DOD funding, UA engineers and scientists are developing game-changing chemical reaction processes and biodegradation methods to quickly and easily decontaminate soil and water.
Two men in a laboratory reach for water samples setting on top of a machine.

UA Team Working on New Method to Remove PFAS Contaminants From Water

Chemical engineers and water scientists tackle a public health issue that hits close to home.

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