Use these leadership tips to strengthen your skills as a leader during the pandemic, and your team will emerge stronger when it's over.
In 1901, Charles Pierce became the first to earn a degree in chemical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology, and the country's first Black chemical engineering graduate.
Check out the diverse discussions happening now, which range from simplifying your digital life to thermodynamics and Antoine equations.
Learn about how the IDEAL Path concept aims to give an equal opportunity to all who wish to join the chemical engineering community.
Help keep chemical engineering growing now and in the future by taking part in these AIChE programs and initiatives.
Learn how this chemical engineering student got interested in STEM, and find out how she's helping others find scholarship opportunities.
Read how Arisbeth's commitment to mentoring has enriched her life and made her a better communicator in academia and the professional world.
Want to share your passion for chemical engineering or biological engineering with students? Volunteer for Engineers Week, or profit from other AIChE opportunities.
Learn about this chemical engineer's professional path and how mentoring continues to influence her career.
Learn more about some of the chemical engineers from a wide range of specialty areas who recently became AIChE Fellows.
Check out this working demo and proof-of-concept for RAPID's ChemE Cube Competition for chemical engineering students.
Learn about some of AIChE's early pioneers for equity and inclusion, and about the history of the Minority Affairs Committee (MAC).
This month, hazardous materials use and storage and how they relate to building codes, tips for safe pump operation, a look at process control issues during engineering design, and more.
A group of women biomedical engineering faculty shared their 2020 experiences to create rules to help you ease job stress during the pandemic.
Learn more about historically Black colleges and universities, the crucial role they play in promoting greater diversity in STEM careers, and more.
In observance of Black History Month, we remember Henry T. Brown, who worked for decades to bring about greater diversity in chemical engineering.
This month, questions about scaling up COVID-19 vaccine production, inquiries about recycling cigarette butts, advice for choosing an advisor, and more.
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