Last month, 50+ academic leaders from across the U.S. met in Baltimore to help speed progress towards a more equitable and diverse profession.
Darlene S. Schuster, PhD, AIChE’s former Chief of Technical Operations, Membership, and Business Development, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Institute.
How do grad students hone their elevator speech? The Three Minute Thesis Competition! Join us to learn how to present your work effectively to any audience.
See the progress AIChE made in the past year and learn about new projects and initiatives that aim to keep the chemical engineering community vital and growing.
Student teams and their 1-cubic-foot plant designs will battle it out this November in Phoenix. Learn more here and sign up before March 31 to join the competition.
Want to meet other process engineers? Looking to understand how you can apply your degree to multiple fields as a process engineer? Then join us March 10th!
Kunjapur and his research group at the University of Delaware are designing innovative biomolecular technologies to address a variety of societal needs.
Christine S. Grant, 2022 AIChE President, shares her views on how AIChE and its members can work together to discover and shape what’s next for all of us.
A fond farewell to editor Mike Harold and a warm welcome to David Sholl, as he assumes editorship of the AIChE Journal.
Trying to find a gift for another chemical engineer, or need a gift for an aspiring engineer? Check out our guide to holiday gifts for chemical engineers.
With the planned retirement of current Executive Director and CEO June Wispelwey in 2022, AIChE is canvasing for a new executive director and CEO. The search committee is composed of current AIChE Board members and past presidents of the Institute, and led by incoming AIChE President Christine Grant.
Looking ahead to June Wispelwey’s departure in 2022, a thank you for 13 years of leadership, accomplishments, and growth.
In September, ballots were mailed to AIChE Fellows, Senior Members, and Members. As of September 7, voting is now open.
Join other chemical engineers on Twitter for a live chat about renewable natural gas on September 15 at 1PM EST by following our handle @CheEnected and the hashtag #AIChEchat. Anyone is welcome to join.
Many chemical engineers have passions that occupy their leisure time, and often these pursuits draw on their science training. Learn about a few examples here.
Think you understand life and disability insurance? Don't be so sure. Covered here are some common misconceptions you might find helpful in planning your future.
Need to find a way to spend more time away from work and your devices? Use these tips to set boundaries and create healthier habits.
Anyone who thinks they know what to expect from chemical engineers needs to meet Shivali Kadam, a regular pageant participant who was crowned Miss Oregon 2019.
Download AIChE’s 2020 annual report for details on how we faced the year’s challenges and how we moved beyond them with an eye on the future.
Get to know the AIChE's 2021 Board of Directors, whose members were formally announced at the Annual Meeting.
If you need help with nonlinear equations and want to use Excel Solver for the task, this tutorial is for you. Looking for tips and courses on other topics? Read on.
Take the #WhyChemE challenge and share with the world in video form the ways chemical engineering is most important to you.
Catch up on the most popular posts of the last two months, including recent award winners, P&ID tips, chemical engineering career advice, and more.
Not caught up on the top chemical engineering news of the summer? Check out this summary of ChEnected's most popular posts from July and August.
A member of MIT’s chemical engineering faculty since 1965, Wang’s research and teaching contributed profoundly to the growth of chemical engineering at its interface with biology.
This month, there's an Engage conversation about personal finance tips, while others are sharing accounts of accident incidents, or looking for fellow students interested in biomedical topics.
Need a boost at work? Try a new perspective. Not focusing on the negative and trying to keep the positive in view can go a long ways to improving life at work.
Are you still paying off your student loans or high interest rate credit card debt? Consider this possible solution, available to you as an AIChE member.
By creating a system to keep your home and office organized, you simplify your life and reduce stress. Find tips here to declutter and keep things organized.
This issue, take a look at reducing area electrical classification through upgraded ventilation, get the information you need for pressure-relief system design, get tips for managing ammonia in wastewater, and much more.
Catch up on the most-read articles and most-discussed topics with this summary of top trends at AIChE for the past 2 months.
This month, a special section on the cosmetics industry, plus safety incident prevention, a look at the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, and much more.
Founded by the AIChE student chapter at the National Autonomous University of Honduras, this project raises relief funds for poor Honduran families affected by COVID-19 hardships.
All it takes is one misinterpreted email or one sour text to derail a project. Keep an eye on clear and respectful communications to make your job easier.
Video calls are here to stay, so mastering them is a must-have skill to keep yourself competitive and effective. Check out tips here.
Check out the top content for the past two months, including how chemical engineers are responding to COVID-19, advances in renewable energy storage, and much more.
Tired of a constant stream of negative news? Find relief here, with a news feed of positive stories about what chemical engineers are doing to fight COVID-19.
If you groaned at the thought of a meeting on Zoom, Skype, or a similar video call app, then read on because there's hope for a return to productivity and sanity with these tips for online meetings.
Working from home takes some figuring out, but here are a few tips from other AIChE members that will help you leapfrog some of the common pitfalls.
Learn about the many ways we've adapted to continue providing the many services and resources you need to remain productive, whether you're an engineering professional, academic, or student.
See what we're up to at AIChE and connect with other chemical engineering students around the world through Instagram. Got a story or picture to share? Send it our way.
Chemical engineer and astronaut Al Sacco and he has some sage advice for those currently sheltering in place.
Want to keep up with what other chemical and biological engineers are discussing, or keep up on what other students are talking about? Join in the conversation at AIChE's Engage.
The AIChE's Virtual Local Section (VLS) is hosting an interactive discussion to seek AIChE member input about our profession's future this month. Non-VLS members welcome.
Want to get caught up? Check out this quick summary of the most popular online content, discussions, and more.
Check out the 2020 slate of candidates for the AIChE Board. Interested in running or nominating someone? It's not too late to be added as a petition candidate.
Want to help? Even small efforts add up, such as when multitudes of gamers try their luck at protein folding solutions, or unused computing power joins the fight against COVID-19. Learn how you can help.
After 20 years of working from home, I've noticed that faulty communication is often the culprit when something goes wrong. Reassess your communication strengths and weaknesses to make working from home easier.
Can you donate supplies to help fight COVID-19, or manufacture protective equipment, such as masks? Help us get supplies to where they're needed.
One chemical engineer asks for your tips on working from home; another wants to know how other teachers are dealing with COVID-19's effects. Check out these discussions and more.
Know how to solve a material balance problem for a system with a purge? Check out this chemical engineering tutorial.
Have a question that requires another chemical engineer's perspective and experience? Or want to share your knowledge? Check out Engage.
Hear from a chemical engineer who works as a patent lawyer, and learn how patents often serve as the foundation for tech startups.
Learn about this year's winning projects from international chemical engineering students and how their projects aim to changes lives around the world.
If you vowed to build your network in 2020, AIChE's Engage is an easy way to get started. Check out these current discussions.
President Monty M. Alger shares thoughts and plans for AIChE's future, and asks for your input on ways AIChE can do even more.
Think low pressure means low risk? Think again! Looking for ways to reduce distillation column energy requirements? We've got smart tips. These topics and much more in the December 2019 issue.
Interested in a career that focuses on entrepreneurial businesses? Hear tips for students and young chemical engineers that will fuel your success.
Up on the latest happenings and events? Catch up on conference highlights, top Engage discussions, most popular content, and more.
As the workplace has evolved to open workspaces, proper office etiquette is more important than ever. How do you rate among your coworkers?
AIChE looks to the future with a new aspirational statement that addresses its commitment to an integrated professional community and society's challenges.
Want to see a preview of this year's Chem-E-Car competitors? Check out the videos submitted by the 2019 teams.
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