Meet the wide variety of women process engineers we've spoken to in our ongoing series on process engineering careers.
Meet some of the women who are just getting started in their careers but are already reimagining and redefining aspects of the chemical engineering profession.
Learn what you can do as part of AIChE and at the upcoming Spring Meeting and GCPS in Houston to help women advance in chemical engineering.
Be part of making sure chemical engineering provides equal opportunities to all who wish to pursue and achieve success in the profession.
See photo highlights from San Antonio, where chemical engineers from 35 countries recently met in person for the 2022 Spring Meeting.
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.
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.
Despite improvements, many women engineers continue to face greater barriers to success, often causing them to leave the practice.
Learn how AIChE's Women in Chemical Engineering (WIC) Community is helping women build momentum in the profession.
Learn how WIC got its start, how it's working to accomplish its mission, and how you can become part of the effort.
From near absence to the presidency: learn some of the fascinating details of women's ascent and continuing growth at AIChE.
AIChE looks back at the chemical engineering career of Margaret Hutchinson Rousseau and at some of the women who have followed in her footsteps.
Learn about how the IDEAL Path concept aims to give an equal opportunity to all who wish to join the chemical engineering community.
AIChE has launched a website to serve as a hub for all efforts supporting our goal of reaching 100% parity in the chemical engineering profession by 2050.
In keeping with this year's theme of increasing the diversity of chemical engineering, we have many events planned to provide the tools needed to help make the profession increasingly diverse in a variety of ways.
In its first virtual meeting, The Rising Stars Leadership Workshop held a discussion on effective business communications as part of its ongoing efforts to help retain and advance women in chemical engineering.
We look back at a year of achievements from women chemical engineers, and look ahead to opportunities to help women succeed in chemical engineering.
Ever wonder what factors shape the decision to pursue STEM professions, and how you can encourage more girls and young women to pursue chemical engineering?
Finding other chemical engineers or biological engineers with similar interests can deliver personal and professional rewards.
Diversity of background helps provide diversity of perspective, which is often the basis of innovation and discovery in modern team-based research.
Inclusive communities benefit productivity and innovation, but building and maintaining an inclusive community takes real know-how. Learn more here.
Cari Parker of Eastman Chemical Company shares lessons from her own career and gives advice to young chemical engineers building their own careers.
A look back at achievements for women in the past year at AIChE and in the chemical engineering community, and an eye on the future.
“Girl Day” is a movement spearheaded by DiscoverE aimed at inspiring grade-school girls to find a calling in engineering. And there's still time to volunteer.
Join us in celebrating Engineers Week 2019 as we recognize the many ways engineers make a difference in the world.
In 2005, six women graduated from the California Institute of Technology and became the first and only all-female chemical engineering class to graduate from an American co-ed university.
Team members with different backgrounds can provide new perspectives and ideas that help fuel innovation and create more engaged employees.
The AIChE Gala raised approximately $570,000 to support efforts that expand women’s leadership programs, strengthen pre-college STEM education for girls, and improve the retention of women eng
On Tuesday, December 11, 2018, more than fifty women from companies around world participated in the Leadership Workshop for Rising Star Women in Engineering.
An interview with Julianne Holloway, organizer of the "Celebrating Women in Chemical Engineering" symposium.
The symposium takes a look at the role women chemical engineers have played in the field's development and at how they will continue to help build its future.
Hear from prominent chemical engineers about their careers, their advice, and their take on where the chemical engineering profession is headed next.
Hear from two women in research about their career challenges and successes, and hear their advice for young engineers and students.
Attendees at the 2018 Spring Meeting and GCPS gained insight into the belief systems and learned stereotypes that influence their actions and decisions when interacting with other people.
In observation of the 20th anniversary of AIChE's Women Initiatives Committee (WIC), Delia discussed her career and shared advice on thriving as a female chemical engineer.
CEP Magazine's editor in chief Cindy Mascone sat down with Carol Williams following her keynote at the Women's Initiative Committee (WIC) Networking Luncheon.
Adrienne Minerick is the associate dean for research and innovation at Michigan Tech. She also serves as chair of the American Society for Engineering Education's (ASEE's) National Divers
AIChE President Elect Cheryl Teich and 2011 President Maria Burka took a moment out of their day at the 2014 AIChE Annual Meeting in Atlanta to reflect on opportunities and challenges for women in