Welcome! We are excited to welcome you to our “family” in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. We are disappointed that you cannot visit our department in person to see first-hand our friendly and supportive environment, the beautiful city of Raleigh (#5 Best Large City 2021 and #2 Best Place to live 2021), and our world class facilities, but we hope that we can at least show you virtually the quality of our people (faculty, staff, and students) and our high impact research. We also congratulate you on admission – you are an elite group of students and we want you to join us!
If you can think of a problem in the field, we’re likely working on its solution. Explore various research programs
Know our Campus! This is NC State
Engineering Building I
This is our home. The Department moved to Engineering Building I on Centennial Campus in 2005. Check out some photos of the building.
The James B. Hunt Jr. Library is the second main library of NC State University and is located on Centennial Campus. Click to learn more about the library.
Department's Graduate Student Association
This group is responsible for organizing department-wide events to promote and foster unity within the graduate department.
Check out several of the events hosted by our department's graduate student association (GSA), from the first year picnic and beach trip to our intramural soccer teams and research awards!
Want to explore more? Area Accolades (young people, technology, etc.)
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