Catch up on the most-read articles and most-discussed topics with this summary of top trends at AIChE for the past 2 months.
Hear about Weslee's past experience at Afrobiotech, what makes it special to him, and what you can expect when you attend.
Henry T. Brown, an AIChE leader whose devotion to equity for minority engineers made an indelible impression on the life of AIChE and the countless chemical engineers who he mentored and encouraged, passed away on February 13, 2020, in Weston, MA.
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.
Dr. Cato T. Laurencin has been recognized by the American Association fo the Advancement of Science for his work in regenerative engineering and other scientific advancements.
Team members with different backgrounds can provide new perspectives and ideas that help fuel innovation and create more engaged employees.
Hear from prominent chemical engineers about their careers, their advice, and their take on where the chemical engineering profession is headed next.
AIChE member Daniel Schwartz received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring.
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.
The Minority Affairs Committee (MAC) and the AIChE Foundation are working together to support the Minority Affairs Committee Scholarship Fund. This fund promotes activities that encourage the education and training of minorities in engineering and related disciplines through student scholarships and mentoring programs.