This article explores what it means to forge a career path and offers advice from seasoned engineers.
Learn how this young chemical engineering is pursuing her dreams at NASA and helping inspire others to pursue their own.
Want to try your hand at beer brewing, or show off existing skills? Create a team with other chemical engineers and show us what you can do at the AIChE Beer Brewing Competition this fall in Phoenix.
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 photo highlights from San Antonio, where chemical engineers from 35 countries recently met in person for the 2022 Spring Meeting.
Looking for a mentor? Maybe the right approach is a team of mentors. Understand how relying on multiple people can serve you even better as you navigate career growth.
Chemical engineers’ skills are valuable in many industries and allow varied career paths. Read how one recent graduate took an unexpected but very rewarding turn by working in pharmaceuticals.
Get to know all the new features of AIChE's ILI, the place to go for all things related to building chemical engineering careers.
Three AIChE Young Professional members were honored for their contributions to the organization, as well as for their professional performance and strong career and leadership potential.
No matter how good the science, a solution must take a problem's full context into account to be effective.
A strong and complete LinkedIn profile will help you stand out among the crowd. Use these tips to increase your visibility.
Consider these tips if you want to earn an MBA part time while also continuing to work in your current chemical engineering job.
Chemical engineers in management have a whole different set of skills to master beyond technical skills. Learn what skills these managers need today and how demands are changing.
Celebrate Pride Month by hearing from some of the LGBTQ+ individuals and allies in our profession. Also, learn more about how you can get involved in AIChE’s initiatives for LGBTQ+ members and allies.
These simple but important lessons drawn from daily work life can simplify any chemical engineering career path you choose, traditional or otherwise.
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.
This month, questions about scaling up COVID-19 vaccine production, inquiries about recycling cigarette butts, advice for choosing an advisor, and more.
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.
Uncertain times offer an important opportunity to reassess spending and earning, and to make sound financial plans for the future.
This month, chemical engineers exchange tips on safely speeding up bleach processing, debate digital twins, discuss how they can best improve the world, and more.
Monty Alger reflects on the challenges and accomplishments of chemical engineers in 2020, and looks ahead to the demands and opportunities in 2021.
Take the #WhyChemE challenge and share with the world in video form the ways chemical engineering is most important to you.
Say goodbye to 2020 by taking stock of your accomplishments, goals, and network so that you can position yourself for greater career satisfaction in 2021.
This month, a quest for successful work habits, a lively discussion on electric cars' efficiency, and the search for a DWSIM expert. Join these and other discussions, or start your own!
Meet Vitor Gazzaneo, a graduate research assistant working in the field of process systems engineering at the University of West Virginia.
For chemical engineering professionals and students, there are many opportunities to mingle and make new contacts at this year's Annual Meeting and ASC.
Check out the schedule for LGBTQ+ & ally events at the 2020 Annual Meeting and 2020 Annual Student Conference.
This month, CSB safety video recommendations, shared stories about unexpected career turns, and thoughts on machine learning applications.
Meet Mike, a PhD candidate at Boise State University in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering.
Whether you're looking to move into management in your current company, or seeking a new job in management, these tips can help you chart a course.
This month, discussions about networking groups for young chemical engineers, an inquiry on tips for organizing nationwide student events online, and more. Ask your questions and share your advice.
Meet these accomplished, young talents from across the world of chemical and biological engineering.
School provides a foundation for the work world, but there is plenty to learn at any new job. These tips will help you develop an approach that will allow you to thrive.
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.
Have or need tips on using AI to solve technical problems? Looking for advice on how to search for a chemical engineering job in these unpredictable times? Find these conversations and more on AIChE's Engage.
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.
Recent chemical engineering graduates are encouraged to apply for the 2020 Poddar Award for Rising Chemical Engineers.
What do members of Gen Z look for in an employer, and what will help them thrive in their careers? Learn how to welcome them to the workplace.
Problem have you stumped and not sure how to proceed? Try this approach to systematically find a solution to even complex problems.
President Monty M. Alger shares thoughts and plans for AIChE's future, and asks for your input on ways AIChE can do even more.
Being aware of potential drawbacks of working remotely can help you reap its many benefits. Consider these points for optimal work-life balance.
An undergraduate degree in chemical engineering offers many options, from traditional engineering jobs to less conventional choices to graduate school.
Teams competed in the third annual AIChE Beer Brewing Competition, with winners in multiple categories.
Know an exceptional young chemical engineer? Consider nominating them for the AIChE 35 Under 35 Award.
Join LGBTQ+ chemical engineers and their allies for social and networking events in Orlando as well as for workshops and panels to promote inclusion, awareness, and diversity.
Considering medical school? A chemical engineer's training provides a valuable foundation for understanding medicine.
These tips will help you find and profit from experiences that are important for making career decisions and for building a career in chemical engineering or biological engineering.
The AIChE Beer Brewing Competition is not only fun, but it has also proven a good way to energize local sections. It's also a way to help improve the next craft brew.
Not a confident presenter? These speaking and presentation tips will help you deliver your point effectively.
These tips for leading a multidisciplinary can make conducting an assessment far easier and more efficient.
Having a clear definition of what success means to you will help you get the most satisfaction from your career.
A special issue will shine the spotlight on early-career chemical engineers and their pioneering research.
Advantages come with both an MS ChE and with an MBA, so the right choice depends on each chemical engineer's specific career goals and interests.
Asking for help has benefits beyond simply accomplishing the task at hand. Learning to accept help and delegate are important for success in work and life.
The Young Professionals Social drew a large crowd in New Orleans during the first night of our 2019 Spring Meeting & GCPS.
YPC Programming Subcommittee Chair Kaytlin Henderson shares highlights of what YPs can expect in New Orleans.
Interested in stronger innovation? Look outward and and seek collaboration. This is just one of the many ideas that will be up for discussion at AIChE's Spring Meeting in New Orleans.
Networking remains one of the most effective ways of finding a job, changing careers, or keeping up with trends in industry and research.
Check out new career advice and technical information developed expressly for young chemical engineers.
AIChE enters 2019 strong and with goals for building an even stronger association. Hear more from AIChE President Kimberly Ogden.
We launched a new discussion group for process engineers just last month and there are already some great discussions happening.
Aretha Franklin famously sang “R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Find out what it means to me,” as a demand for equal treatment for women and minorities during a period of immense societal change.
Jennifer Sinclair Curtis, Dean of Engineering at the University of California, Davis, took time out during the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh to speak with Donna Bryant and Colin Young, the two inaugural scholarship recipients of the John C. Chen Endowment for Young Professional Leadership.
Young chemical engineers got together Sunday evening for fun and conversation to kick off the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh.
Covestro's Demetri Zervoudis opened the AIChE Annual Student Conference in Pittsburgh, sharing career advice and inspiration for young chemical engineers.
The August 2018 issue of the AIChE Journal is the inaugural "Futures" issue. This issue explores the latest developments in chemical engineering research and invited early career researchers to contribute their pioneering works.
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