| Ann Saterbak|
| Rice University|
| Bioengineering Fundamentals|Ann Saterbak Wikipedia
Ann Saterbak is a Professor of Bioengineering at Rice University, and is a co-author of Bioengineering Fundamentals.
Saterbak holds a B.A. in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry, (1990) from Rice University and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, (1995) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Saterbak is a recipient of the Robert G. Quinn Award, presented by the American Society for Engineering Education.
Cano, M. L., A. Saterbak, R. van Compernolle, M. P. Williams, M. E. Huot, I. A. Rhodes, C. C. Allen "A Laboratory Batch Reactor Test for Assessing Nonspeciated Volatile Organic Compound Degradation in Activated Sludge." Water Environment Research, 75(4) (2003): 342-354.
Volz, T. M., A. Saterbak. Students′ Strengths and Weaknesses in Evaluating Technical Arguments Revealed through Implementing Calibrated Peer Review in a Bioengineering Laboratory. Across the Disciplines, accepted for publication, 2008.