By John Vasko on Jan 10, 2017 Since 2013, AIChE has interviewed its WISE (Washington Internships for Students of Engineering) interns about their experiences. In the WISE program, engineering students entering their final year of undergraduate studies are selected to conduct research on a public policy issue for 9 weeks during the summer in Washington, D.C. Learn more about AIChE's WISE Progam. To learn about the participation of other engineering societies, go to http://www.wise-intern.org 1/5 in the series Interviews with AIChE WISE Interns 2016 WISE Engineering Interns Talk about Their Projects Nov 21, 2016 . by John Vasko Watch 2015 WISE intern Jami Summey-Rice interview the 2016 WISE interns about their projects and experiences. 2/5 in the series Interviews with AIChE WISE Interns Interview: WISE Intern Tomas Wesley Green, Univ. Kansas Nov 16, 2016 . by Douglas B. Clark Tomas Wesley Green from the University of Kansas used his WISE internship in Washington to study how agricultural resources can contribute to the energy supply and bioeconomy. He looked a 3/5 in the series Interviews with AIChE WISE Interns Interview: Catching Up with the 2015 WISE Interns Nov 9, 2015 . by John Vasko Every year AIChE sends three students to Washington to research public policy issues and contribute to discussions on how engineers impact society. 4/5 in the series Interviews with AIChE WISE Interns Interview: WISE Program Interns Discuss Their Experiences Nov 6, 2013 . by Douglas B. Clark The three WISE interns sponsored by AIChE discuss their experiences in Washington, DC, where their work focused on natural gas and water policies. 5/5 in the series Interviews with AIChE WISE Interns What’s It Like to Be an AIChE WISE Intern? Dec 2, 2014 . by Douglas B. Clark In 2014, AIChE sponsored three students to take part in WISE Internships in Washington, DC.