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Perform chemical processing research and development in support of flowsheet and process development and production support to waste processing facilities/processes. Specific focus areas will include understanding chemical processes and adapting engineering principles with preferred experience in...
Ruth Patrick Science Center's Science Education Enrichment Day
Saturday, October 11, 2014, 10:00am-3:00pm EDT
The Central Savannah River Local Section is participating in the 29th annual Science Education Enrichment Day hosted by USCA's Ruth Patrick Science Center. The goal of S.E.E.D. is to increase awareness of the critical role science and other STEM fields play in our everyday existence. Our local...Read more
Joint Meeting with SWE and ACS
Thursday, October 16, 2014, 6:00pm EDT
In conjunction with local sections of the Society of Women Engineers and the American Chemical Society, the Central Savannah River Local Section is happy to have newly appointed Savannah River Nuclear Solutions President and CEO Carol Johnson speak at this month's meeting. There will be time for...Read more
Thursday, November 6, 2014, 6:00pm EST
The Central Savannah River Local Section of AIChE invites you to a talk on nanotechnology by Clemson University Professor Christopher Kitchens. The November 6, 2014 meeting will be held at TO BE ADDED. The cost of the meeting will be $25 for professionals and $5 for students. Chris' talk is titled...Read more
Meeting at Bobby's Bar-B-Q
Thursday, September 18, 2014, 6:00pm EDT
Please join us for this year's kickoff meeting. We will start our year off at Bobby's Bar-B-Q at 6:00 PM. The fun-filled evening will consist of a social/networking period, a buffet dinner, and ChemE related trivia (with perhaps a small amount of business thrown in on the side). This event is...Read more
Plant Tour and Light Meal/Meeting
Friday, May 16, 2014, 3:00pm-5:30pm EDT
GIW Industries began as a small foundry and machine shop in Augusta, Ga., in 1891. In 1914, GIW began building slurry pumps. Today, the company comprises two manufacturing facilities, one in Grovetown, Ga., and the other in Thomson, Ga. These foundries and machine shops are used for manufacturing...Read more
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