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Academic Chemical Engineering Sites all over the World
Chemical engineering departments grouped by country. List maintained by Wulf Alex at the University of Karlsruhe.

Best Graduate Schools Engineering
Top 50 Engineering Schools according to U.S. News. Ten variables are given, indicating reputation, student selectivity, faculty resources, and research activity. At the same site: Best Graduate Schools Chemical Engineering.

Building a New Culture for Learning
From CHEMTECH December 98 issue, article by Stephen V. Letcher and William B. Euler about a multidisciplinary research-education partnership program at the University of Rhode Island.

Chemical Engineering Departments in the US
List of academic institutions related to chemical and process engineering located in the United States of America. Maintained by Dale W. Kirmse at the University of Florida.

Chemical Engineering Departments Rankings
From the University of Patras, Greece, chemical engineering departments worldwide ranked by the number of papers published per year. Given are also impact per paper and papers per faculty. Note however that the list is by far not complete.

Chemical Engineering Faculty Directory
Searchable directory of faculty members from ChE departments in the United States and worldwide.

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Find a graduate program based on user-weighted criteria. Information used for these ratings has been derived from a 1994 US National Research Council study.

Engineering Education Innovators Conference
Provided by the Engineering Education and Centers Division of the National Science Foundation, a "Best Practices Summary Report" from this conference.

An Engineering Student Survival Guide
Article by Richard M. Felder that discusses resources available to students who are not getting what they need from the instructor and text in a class.

History of Chemical Engineering Education
Retrospective glance at the development of chemical engineering education in the U.S.

Improve Your Studying Skills
From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, tips to improve your study skills and the ten traps of studying.

Index of Learning Styles
Developed by by Richard M. Felder and collaborators for providing an indication of probable strengths and possible tendencies that might lead to difficulty in academic settings. A self-scoring questionnaire can be downloaded.

Transforming Undergraduate Education... Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology (1999). Report by the Committee on Undergraduate Science Education at the Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education of the U.S. National Research Council.

What is the Debt Burden Of New Ph.D.s?
Study from the National Science Foundation about the level of indebtedness of 1993-96 Science & Engineering Ph.D.s resulting from their undergraduate and/or graduate education.

Who Needs These Headaches?
Reflections on teaching first-year engineering students by Dr. Richard M. Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University.


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