Department of Chemical, Biological and Bio Engineering

Chemical, Biological and Bio engineering are core engineering disciplines central to the College, the University's mission and its land grant heritage. The breadth of these disciplines connects to other academic programs internally as well as externally. The interdisciplinary links have allowed us to develop strengths in emerging areas of engineering, while maintaining our excellence in more traditional areas.

We invite you to browse our web site and learn more about our undergraduate and graduate programs, our student team projects, sponsored research programs, talented and highly qualified faculty. Other links on the home page point to information of interest to our alumni and friends. We're glad you chose to visit our web site, and hope you'll stay awhile and learn more about us!

Our central goal is to continue on this path of excellence in all facets of research, education, and service to the state and the nation. We are proud of our accomplishments and welcome your involvement in our educational and research activities.

Dr. Stephen Knisley
Chairman and Professor, Chemical, Biological and Bioengineering Department
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

Email: sbknisle@ncat.edu
Telephone: 336-285-2653
FAX: 336-334-7904

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Desai Wins ASEE’s DuPont Minorities in Engineering Award

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) will award Dr. Salil Desai, professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at N.C. A&T State University the DuPont Minorities in Engineering Award during its 124th annual conference in June.

Braves select N.C. A&T pitcher Cutter Dyals In MLB Draft

Cutter Noah Dyals was selected 500th overall in the 17th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft. He is the 19th player in program history to be drafted.

Industrial Hemp Part of the Focus at A&T Field Day

Farmers and the public are invited to learn more about the state’s industrial hemp pilot program and other agricultural updates at the 16th annual Small Farms Field Day