Skip Navigation

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Browse Resources

Chemical engineering -- Study and teaching

View Resource Random Thoughts

Professor Richard M. Felder has been involved in teaching engineering for over thirty years, and his column has appeared in the journal, Chemical Engineering, since 1988. Professor Felder retired several years ago, but he has made a point of continuing with his rather timely and useful updates about the world of teaching in the college classroom. Visitors to this site can scan through some of his...
View Resource Chemical Engineering: Process Dynamics and Controls

As part of the OpenCourseWare (OCW) initiative, the University of Michigan is offering this course as part of their generous contributions to the OCW archive. The course uses an open textbook, and all of the materials here were written by senior chemical engineering students, and subsequently reviewed by graduate students and faculty associated with the course. Visitors can click on one of four...
View Resource LearnChemE

The University of Colorado Boulder, with support from the National Science Foundation, has compiled this helpful collection of resources for teaching and learning chemical engineering. Created by CU faculty, these resources are organized into four categories: Screencasts, Interactive Simulations, Student Resources, and Instructor Resources. In Screencasts, visitors will find a series of short...