As a Professor of Practice, my focus is to bring my 30 years of experience in the chemical and environmental industries to the undergraduate classes. My focus through most of my career has been on Chemical Process Safety, Environmental, Health and Safety, and, Air Pollution Engineering. These fields draw on virtually every part of chemical engineering, including transport phenomena, thermodynamics, and reaction kinetics. They also draw very heavily on legal documents, particularly governmental regulations and technical design standards, so I have often worked in multidisciplinary teams involving many types of engineers and attorneys. Another fascinating component is that this experience has spanned many types of industries, from traditional chemical companies, to electronics and microelectronics, to pulp and paper, and even metal foundries. While I do not have a graduate research program, I do advise many MQPs, particularly done in conjunction with local companies. In addition to being a graduate from WPI myself, I have had the opportunity to work with many WPI graduates throughout my career and have always been impressed with our practical, problem-solving abilities, high ethical standards, leadership skills and teamwork.