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  1. Engineering Diversity Workshop will Lay Groundwork for Outreach to Underrepresented Groups

    Press Release

    Attendees at the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety in Austin, TX (April 25–29), can help shape the Institute’s inclusiveness efforts aimed at underrepresented members of the chemical engineering workforce during a special Engineering Diversity Initiatives Planning...

  2. AIChE Opens Houston Office

    Press Release

    The New York City-based American Institute of Chemical Engineers has established a new satellite office in Houston, TX. The Houston location will provide employees and members of AIChE and its subsidiary groups — including the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) — with a setting for...

  3. Foundation Newsletter, March 2015

    Internal News

    In this issue, you'll see year-end financials and project funding updates. Also, learn about 2015 funded programs.

  4. High School Outreach Program

    AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, 2015

    This free event will expose high school students to chemical engineering (ChE). Students will hear about what engineers do, how engineering improves society and how to pursue a career in engineering.

  5. Minority Affairs Committee Marks a Quarter Century of Progress

    Press Release

    The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) is witnessing the emergence of a more multifaceted and inclusive engineering community, thanks in part to the work of its Minority Affairs Committee. In 2015, the AIChE Minority Affairs Committee is celebrating its accomplishments and the strides...

  6. CEP: YPOV - K-12 Outreach: It’s Fun and Beneficial to Your Career

    CEP Magazine article, November 2014

    I have been involved in K-12 outreach for the past five years and have worked with students of all ages — from first graders to high school seniors. For me, outreach has been both personally and professionally rewarding. Through outreach, I have gained some valuable skills, which I think every engineer, especially young engineers, can benefit from.

  7. AIChE Salutes Corporate Leaders for Promoting Diversity in Engineering

    Press Release

    The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) honored Patricia A. Woertz, Chairman and CEO of Archer Daniels Midland; Ryan M. Lance, Chairman and CEO of ConocoPhillips; and Raj L. Gupta, Executive Chairman of Avantor Performance Materials and retired Chairman and CEO of Rohm and Haas Company...

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