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Our mission is to create and disseminate knowledge about Sustainable Biomaterials, through our research, teaching and outreach activities. We are involved in many exciting research projects.

OUR FACULTY IN 2012 and 2013:

  • Supervised completion of 15 graduate theses and dissertation projects.
  • Received $4,707,592 in research proposal support awarded.
  • Published 78 refereed papers in scientific journals.
  • Published 66 articles in trade journals and other publications.
  • Presented 25 scientific presentations at professional meetings.
  • Taught 62 traditional courses.
  • Conducted 49 short courses/outreach programs.
Faculty Research Groups

Undergraduate students may also be involved in research projects with faculty and gain valuable additional experience in almost any area of our program.

We are always interested in including undergraduate students in our research program. Please contact the Department for information on exciting employment opportunities in our program.

The Brooks, Cheatham, and ICTAS facilities have several Laboratories to further the education of our Undergraduate and Graduate Students.

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Course Recommendations:

To help you explore your interest in any of the degrees, we recommend trying some of our introductory courses:

Packaging Science

Sustainable Biomaterials

 


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