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Russell School of Chemical Engineering

The Russell School of Chemical Engineering at UTulsa equips engineering undergraduate students with the skills to solve industrial problems through progressive coursework, rigorous design projects, and optional research. Graduate students are guided through advanced coursework and research projects to a more theoretical understanding of the field. Our faculty educates individuals on using chemistry, physics, mathematics, and engineering to advance solutions to social problems through technological innovation.

Honoring a Pioneer in Chemical Engineering: Professor Francis S. Manning

The University of Tulsa mourns the loss of Francis S. “Frank” Manning, professor emeritus of chemical engineering, who passed away on May 9, 2024. With an esteemed career spanning over five decades, Manning significantly contributed to the petroleum and natural gas processing field. His legacy endures through the countless students he mentored and the advancements he brought to the energy industry. Contributions to the Francis S. Manning Memorial Fund are welcomed to honor his memory and continue his work.

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    • Department Faculty

      Our distinguished faculty comprises accomplished scholars, dedicated educators, and experts in their respective fields. With a commitment to fostering academic excellence, they engage students in innovative and collaborative learning experiences, preparing them for success in a rapidly evolving world. At UTulsa, our faculty members impart knowledge and inspire and mentor students, creating a dynamic and enriching educational environment.

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      Equipped with cutting-edge technology and resources, our classrooms, laboratories, and libraries provide students unparalleled opportunities to explore, discover, and excel academically. From collaborative study spaces to specialized research labs, our facilities are designed to inspire innovation and support the academic success of our diverse student community.


    • Research

      The Russell School of Chemical Engineering is proud of its graduate students and faculty's cutting-edge, transformative research activities. Our faculty have diverse research interests in many areas of chemical engineering, including energy (both traditional and alternative), process modeling and simulation, and biological/environmental engineering. For more information about individual research interests, please contact our faculty.

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