Cover -- Preface -- Acknowledgment of Reviewers -- Contents -- 1 Overview -- 2 Current Status -- 3 Tools and Materials -- 4 Where Do We Go from Here? -- 5 Overarching Curricula and Implementation Ideas -- Appendixes -- Appendix A Summary of Pre-Workshop Participant Survey -- Appendix B Summary of Green Chemistry and Green Engineering Education Efforts -- Appendix C Workshop Agenda -- Appendix D Biographies -- Appendix E Workshop Attendees -- Appendix F Origin of and Information on the Chemical Sciences Roundtable -- Last Page. Going green is a hot topic in both chemistry and chemical engineering. Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances. Green engineering is the development and commercialization of economically feasible industrial processes that reduce the risk to human health and the environment. This book summarizes a workshop convened by the National Research Council to explore the widespread implementation of green chemistry and chemical engineering concepts into undergraduate and graduate education and how to integrate these concepts into the established and developing curricula. Speakers highlighted the most effective educational practices to date and discussed the most promising educational materials and software tools in green chemistry and engineering. The goal of the workshop was to inform the Chemical Sciences Roundtable, which provides a science-oriented, apolitical forum for leaders in the chemical sciences to discuss chemically related issues affecting government, industry, and universities.