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The Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering at K-State provides all students the opportunity to become great engineers. Graduates from the program have a solid education in chemistry, physics, advanced mathematics, and engineering practices, preparing them for a successful career in industry, academia or government.

“My well-established career in the energy sector was built on the educational foundation I received in chemical engineering at Kansas State University. Because of this, I am in the position to contribute back to my alma mater so that current and future students can enjoy the same types of opportunities I had. It is my belief that three things contribute to an exceptional educational experience — students, faculty and facilities. My hope is that this gift will benefit all three, because in the end, the quality of these will determine success.” -- Tim Taylor

Top News and Stories

  • Anthony named department head of chemical engineering
    Jennifer Anthony, Wayne and Barbara Harms — Carl and Mary Ice Keystone research scholar and associate professor at Kansas State University, has been named head of the Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering. She will also hold the title of Tim Taylor chair in chemical engineering.

  • Office of VPR congratulates researchers awarded patents
    A pair of Carl R. Ice College of Engineering faculty members were congratulated by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Kansas State University Innovation Partners for being awarded U.S. patents during the first quarter of 2022.

  • University Honors Program Teaching and Mentoring Award presented to Duncan
    Andrew Duncan, teaching associate professor of chemical engineering, was honored with the award, which is presented annually to two faculty or staff members who demonstrate outstanding teaching and mentorship for honors program students.

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