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CEP: May 2010

Nearly 3,000 student members of AIChE expect to graduate this year (many this month, some in December), and we want to welcome them to the profession with a few words of wisdom.

CEP: April 2010

What will you be doing on Thursday, April 22? At CEP, our critical-path activity will be performing a final on-screen check of the pages that will become the May issue. But we will also make time to celebrate Earth Day. I hope you will, too...

CEP: March 2010

Want to have a really good time with your AIChE membership? Have we got an opportunity for you! For many members - from students to emeritus members - some of the best fun to be had in AIChE involves the annual Chem-E-Car Competition series...

CEP: February 2010

That's not a typo. ChEnected - Where Chemical Engineers Mix It Up - is AIChE's new online community that is set to launch at the end of this month...

CEP: January 2010

Chemical engineering has undergone a tremendous evolution since AIChE was founded in 1908, as the November 2008 Centennial Celebration issue of CEP so vividly illustrated...

CEP: December 2009

I once took my car to have the muffler replaced and, when I returned to pick it up, I found that the mechanic had set the car on fire. A trainee had started to remove the old muffler with a blowtorch...

CEP: November 2009

The October 2007 issue of CEP featured a 20-page Society for Biological Engineering (SBE) Special Section entitled "From Chinese Hamsters to Therapeutic Proteins,"and a cute little Chinese hamster graced the cover...

CEP: October 2009

"One of the largest reactive chemical accidents the CSB has investigated." That's how John Bresland, chairman of the U.S.

CEP: September 2009

Many of my fondest memories are of vacations enjoying America's natural wonders. I'm partial to some of the national parks out west - Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Arches, Bryce, Zion.

CEP: August 2009

A politician trying to find out why her opponent won kept hearing the same question: What have you done for me lately?

CEP: July 2009

Many of you are extremely passionate about the issue of climate change, with views that span the entire spectrum - from "we need to act quickly to prevent devastation" to "we shouldn't ruin our economy trying to solve a nonexistent problem."...

CEP: June 2009

Not a day goes by that I don't see something about climate change cross my desk. So, what is our role in the climate change space?...