VLS Presents 2015 AIChE President-elect Candidates

Originally delivered Aug 20, 2014
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    0.00

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The Virtual Local Section hosted the 2015 AIChE President-Elect Candidates, Tom Hanley and Greg Stephanopoulos, to discuss their vision for AIChE. After the discussion, the candidates had the opportunity to answer questions in a friendly sharing of ideas and plans.

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Presenter(s): 

Thomas Hanley

Thomas R. Hanley is a professor of chemical engineering at Auburn Univ. After earning three degrees at Virginia Tech and a tour at the Air Force Materials Laboratory, he moved to Tulane Univ., where he served as AIChE student chapter advisor and chaired the New Orleans Section. At Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, he chaired AIChE’s Terre Haute Section. While department chair at Louisiana Tech and Florida A&M/Florida State Univ., he was General Arrangements Chair (1986 Annual Meeting), Meeting Program Chair (1988 Annual Meeting), and chair of the Tallahassee Section. While dean of...Read more

Gregory Stephanopoulos

Dr. Gregory Stephanopoulos is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT.  He received his B.S. Degree from the National Technical University of Athens, M.S. Degree from the University of Florida and his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Minnesota, all in Chemical Engineering.  He joined, upon finishing his doctorate in 1978, the Chemical Engineering Faculty of Caltech and in 1985 he was appointed Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT where he has been ever since. He served as Associate Director of the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center (1990-97) and member of...Read more

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