Faculty, students and graduates of Iowa State University’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering impact the world in countless ways – with work involving consumer products, fuels, biorenewable energy, medical and health care advancements and much more – incorporating the disciplines of engineering, math and chemistry. The undergraduate curriculum can also be used as a springboard to medical school or law school. An internationally recognized program, CBE at Iowa State continues to grow and uphold a strong tradition in the College of Engineering and Iowa State University.
Welcome to the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) at Iowa State University
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has an opening for an Academic Adviser I or II. For more information and to apply click here. Guaranteed consideration date June 26.
Bissell Road is closed to all vehicle traffic in the Sweeney Hall area through August 10, 2018. This also impacts CyRide bus stops (below).
For more information on the West Campus Construction Project and detailed maps, click here.
Beginning June 4, 2018, additional relocating of some CyRide bus stops on the west side of the ISU campus have occurred. For detailed information and an updated map, click here.
- Office Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m., M-F
- Building Hours: 6 a.m.-8 p.m. M-F
ISU engineers progress toward making bioderived products with renewable electricity
Iowa State engineers in the research group of Dr. Wenzhen Li are exploring new approaches to produce biobased chemicals and fuels through electrochemistry.
CBE Points of Pride
Undergraduate enrollment has increased more than 100% since 2008.
One of the highest female student enrollments in the College of Engineering