WISE internships give chemical engineering students the opportunity to research public policy topics for nine weeks in Washington and understand how chemical engineering and public policy can productively interact.
Do you know a STEM student headed to an HBCU who could benefit from a $40K scholarship? Tell them about FOSSI!
Billy B. Bardin invites you to join AIChE in seizing the opportunities the year presents for individuals, organizations, and the entire chemical engineering professional.
Get to know more about what interests these FOSSI scholars are what their plans and STEM career goals are for the future.
Hear what AIChE president Christine Grant has had on her list of goals, how those goals have become reality over the past year, and where things are headed for AIChE and chemical engineering.
Learn how these chemical engineering students in Brazil created a solution to help small communities improve water management for better quality of life.
AIChE celebrated the contributions of Christophe Beck (Ecolab) and Michael K. Wirth (Chevron), and honored Paula T. Hammond (MIT) with the Doing a World of Good Medal.
Find out how these students discovered that used car batteries could serve beyond their normal lifetime in new ways in the developing world.
Meet these scholars who are pursuing STEM degrees at Alcorn State University, Delaware State University, Tennessee State University, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
Hear how these faculty members early in their tenure-track positions benefited from their experience at the ASEE/AIChE Chemical Engineering Summer School (ChESS).
Learn about this chemical engineering team’s ACE4G experience working on a solar dehydrator to help local farmers add value to their product and reduce waste.
In addition to regular programming, this year’s Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference will feature events that showcase AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion, and the IDEAL Path.
Hear from two prominent process engineers as they discuss their career choices, trajectories, and people and activities that helped them achieve success in their industries.
Hear about this chemical engineer's typical day working in a nanoengineering lab at the University of California San Diego, and learn about his experience as an LGBTQ+ engineer.
Learn where these FOSSI scholars will use their college scholarships, and hear about the plans they have for STEM careers.
ERGs present an important benefit to companies looking to attract the very best talent because they offer a work environment that welcomes all. Learn what practices build and maintain ERGs success over time.
Learn where these FOSSI scholars are headed to college, and hear about the plans they have for STEM careers.
Meet a young chemical engineer who has combined her artistic and chemical engineering skills to help introduce children and others to STEM concepts.
Be part of making sure chemical engineering provides equal opportunities to all who wish to pursue and achieve success in the profession.
This year we welcome 144 new FOSSI scholars. Meet some of them here to learn about their backgrounds and their plans for college and STEM careers.
The FOSSI program celebrates its new class of 144 FOSSI scholars, who are from 25 states and will be attending 34 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) this fall. See video.
Last month, 50+ academic leaders from across the U.S. met in Baltimore to help speed progress towards a more equitable and diverse profession.
Learn about the work of this teaching assistant and PhD student, and find out when he first realized it was important for him to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ people around him.
Meet these young Black scholars who have their eye on STEM careers and have already begun working towards STEM degrees at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
Learn how this chemical engineer at Sandia National Laboratories serves as an ally to LGBTQ+ coworkers, and about the experiences that helped lead to her involvement as an ally.
AIChE observes African American Emancipation Day — Juneteenth — and encourages everyone in our community to commemorate the day through reflection, self-assessment, and learning.
Hear from LGBTQ+ voices in the chemical engineering community, and learn about their experiences as LGBTQ+ chemical engineers and allies on these podcasts.
Meet Reginald and hear about his work at the University of Missouri, about his coming out story, and his interests outside chemical engineering.
Celebrate Pride Month by checking out the new Celebrate Pride home page, by getting involved in programming for LGBTQ+ members and their allies, or taking part in our upcoming webinar on successful employee resource groups.
Learn how large industrial companies have found success in supporting LGBTQ+ communities through employee resource groups and learn what factors contribute to their success.
As water becomes more scarce in many areas of the world, chemical engineers and others in the chemical sciences are finding new ways to harness previously disregarded sources and develop water recycling methods.
Meet these 2021 FOSSI Scholars from around the country and learn about their interests and aspirations.
Hear about the careers of other process engineers to learn how they entered the field and about their career choices, challenges, and successes.
Among these FOSSI scholars are two future chemical engineers, a civil engineer, and a mechanical engineer. Read more about their backgrounds and aspirations.
See photo highlights from San Antonio, where chemical engineers from 35 countries recently met in person for the 2022 Spring Meeting.
In addition to regular programming, this year’s Spring Meeting & GCPS will also feature events that showcase AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion and the IDEAL Path.
Want to support a more inclusive chemical engineering community? Here are five easy ways to make a difference.
Learn more about what WIC is all about, the support it provides to women in chemical engineering, and how you can get involved.
Hear from AIChE President Christine Grant about her first mentors, how we can create a more vital and equitable chemical engineering workforce, and how we each can work towards what’s next for AIChE and for our individual careers.
Learn how teams of chemical engineering students from around the world created microscale engineering solutions to real-world problems.
This issue, read about where effort is most required to break down gender biases in the workplace, learn how mobile tools can help reduce human error, get tips for thermal hazards assessments, and more.
Some progress has been made, but the reality remains that only 13% of practicing chemical engineers are women. Read how things have changed and where continued effort is needed.
As a WIC member, you’ll have an opportunity to attend online and in-person technical programming geared specifically for women and their allies. All are welcome.
Meet more members of the FOSSI inaugural class and learn about their interests and aspirations for college and beyond.
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day aims to inspire grade-school girls to engineering, and helps organize engineering activities that show girls how engineers change our world.
Learn how AIChE’s IDEAL Path takes on some of the barriers standing in the way of building stronger businesses, institutions, and communities.
Looking for a way to share chemical engineering with students? Volunteer for Engineers Week, or profit from other AIChE opportunities.
Read where Manuela found support and inspiration as she advanced in her education and career, and how she hopes to share the same positive influences with other chemical engineers through MAC.
Learn how allies have helped make changes at AIChE as far back as the 1960s to work towards greater inclusion of minority groups and women in the profession.
Take a look at the statistics of Black students entering chemical engineering and learn how AIChE is working to strengthen Black representation in the profession through STEM scholarships and more.
Learn about the backgrounds and aspirations of these impressive FOSSI scholars. Know someone who would be a good candidate? Applications due February 15.
Kunjapur and his research group at the University of Delaware are designing innovative biomolecular technologies to address a variety of societal needs.
Learn about a typical day at work, career decisions, and about the career challenges Charlie has faced as an LGBTQ+ chemical engineer.
Meet four more impressive members of 2021’s class of FOSSI scholars who are off to college with their sights set on STEM careers.
Meet Cel Welch and learn about their experience as a Ph.D. candidate at Brown and head of Queer Engineer International.
Three AIChE members were honored for their efforts to bring about better understanding and awareness of diversity, inclusion, and equity issues among chemical engineers.
Get a glimpse into the lives of some of the 2021 FOSSI scholars and learn about their achievements and aspirations.
The HBCU Week College Fair allowed 200 students to hear from STEM professionals about their career experiences.
Hear about a day at work for this chemical engineer, how she supports LGBTQ+ people around her, and learn who really inspires her.
Meet Gisella, an LBGTQ+ ally, and hear about her work as a lecturer at the University of Kentucky — Paducah extended campus, and how she makes all feel welcome in her classes.
Hear from Ashely about details of the upcoming AIChE STEM Outreach Competition and Showcase, and learn what makes a winning entry and what’s expected of participants.
Learn about what keeps the Iowa State Student Chapter busy, and hear their thoughts on making outreach initiatives more successful.
Get a glimpse of some of young scholars in the 2021 FOSSI class and learn about some of their achievements and aspirations.
Learn about the University of Florida’s winning dedication to outreach and meet members of the team behind their winning module.
One of the most fun parts of being in the K-12 committee is getting to see the wonderful designs for modules and at-home experiments that AIChE student chapters present at our STEM Outreach Competition. In this section, we highlight winning entries from last year's event.
Learn about the ESPOL Student Chapter and their experiences with outreach during COVID, and hear their advice to other chemical engineering students.
See some of the faces and learn about the backgrounds and achievements of some of the members of the inaugural FOSSI class.
Learn how these chemical engineering students designed a sustainable power generation solution for rural communities, and find out what they learned in the process.
H. Scott Fogler, the Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan, died on August 21, 2021, at age 81.
The in-person December 1 AIChE Gala will honor Moderna and its leadership as well as FOSSI and its founding partners for their contributions to the advancement of society.
Engineers are obliged to conduct themselves in ethical ways that will protect and serve the general public. Hear in short videos more about various ethical topics concerning chemical engineering and related fields.
The award recognizes the civic and humanitarian achievements of an engineer whose professional and personal endeavors have advanced the well-being of humankind.
Learn about this chemical engineer’s experiences being an ally to LGBTQ+ colleagues, and hear her advice to other allies.
Interested in STEM projects for high school students? Check out this teaching module that illustrates how carbon adsorption is used to purify water.
Learn how this professor found her own career path and how she is helping students discover the world of STEM through K–12 outreach.
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