Message From The Director of Graduate Studies
If you are thinking of pursuing graduate studies in the fields of chemical, biological or biomedical engineering, I hope you will seriously consider Notre Dame. Our department is characterized by an unsurpassed commitment to the development of our graduate students into well-rounded individuals who can take on leadership roles in industry, academia, or government upon graduation. Notre Dame graduate students enjoy all the benefits of attending a world-class university consistently ranked among the twenty best in the nation: outstanding facilities, great faculty, and a stimulating group of fellow students from all over the US and world. The fact that Notre Dame is a smaller private university, however, means that our graduate students don't get lost in the shuffle. With 85 graduate students and 19 faculty, you will receive individualized attention from your advisor and form close bonds with the other graduate students in the department. An innovative professional development program especially tailored for graduate students provides our students with the tools necessary to succeed after graduation.
I invite you to explore the web pages describing the research going on in the department. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the program or the application process.
Mark A. Staftherr
Keating-Crawford Professor and Director of Graduate Studies