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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • Typically, the Journal Section you will submit to is "Manuscripts". However, for Class and Home Problems, Teaching Tips, and Lifelong Learning articles, select the appropriate Journal Section from the pull down menu. Include Class and Home Problem, Teaching Tips, or Lifelong Learning at the beginning of the title.
  • The submission file is in pdf format. It is strongly encouraged that line numbers are included at the submission stage so that reviewers can point directly to a line number in their review.
  • The paper has an abstract (which is placed on the first page) of up to 75 words .
  • The text is double-spaced; uses a 12-point font; includes only sections (in boldface caps) and sub-sections (first-letter, boldface caps). All illustrations, figures and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate point, with table captions above the table and figure captions below the figure. All captions are to be italicized.
  • Select appropriate and specific keywords according the list mentioned in the Author Guidelines,
  • The default for CEE is a double-blind review. However, this will require you (the author) to remove identifying information on the PDF you submit. If you do not remove identifying information, it is a single-blind review.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found below.
  • Comply with CEE's policy on unpublished references that is mentioned in the Author Guidelines,

Author Guidelines

Focus and Scope:   Chemical Engineering Education (CEE) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal serving the needs of the international community of educators in chemical engineering and related disciplines. CEE is the premier archival journal within the field and originated in 1962.

Papers published in CEE must be of interest to chemical engineering and related educators. Thus, papers are expected to focus on teaching chemical engineering, ChE curriculum and courses, ChE students, the future of the field, etc.

CEE accepts a wide-variety of articles types (e.g. general manuscripts, class and home problems, lifelong learning, teaching tips, guest editorials, etc.)   However, all submissions are expected to be scholarly.  Each submission receives an initial review from the Editor, who decides whether the submission is rejected, returned to the author for edits prior to review or moves to review.


Submission Guidelines, Template and Keywords:   To improve workflow and reduce unnecessary delays in the production of articles, CEE requests that all authors read and follow the submission guidelines found at the link below.  The closer the guidelines are followed at submission, the fewer stylistic modifications that need to occur during the post-submission phases.  It is noted that the template includes author affiliation and biographical information.  If you would like the review to be performed in a double-blind manner, the expectation is the author will remove this information from the submission.

Additionally, it would be beneficial to select appropriate keywords for your submission.  To the extent possible, please select from those keywords.  They are located within the Submission Template below.

Submission Template 1.4 (updated 7/20).


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