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.
A strong and complete LinkedIn profile will help you stand out among the crowd. Use these tips to increase your visibility.
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.
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.
Build your chemical engineering career with LinkedIn by determining which features and strategies will give you the most value without becoming a time sink.
How much does a chemical engineer make? Find out, along with much more detailed salary breakdowns for chemical engineers in this year’s salary survey.
This issue, brush up on process control basics, get tips on dust hazard analysis, and identify root causes of heat exchanger tube failure — and much more!
Need to up your Excel game and boost efficiency at work? Check out the six tips in our Excel series designed for solving chemical engineering problems.
These simple but important lessons drawn from daily work life can simplify any chemical engineering career path you choose, traditional or otherwise.
Once science fiction, quantum computers are already being used to advance research, and their use in chemical and biological engineering is on the horizon.
Has the pandemic caused a career setback or undesirable job situation? Regroup and rebuild with these career tips to turn a seeming roadblock into an opportunity.
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.
By keeping these three points in mind, you can shorten the path to building a strong and successful business.
After almost ten years of distinguished service, Michael P. Harold will be stepping down as Editor of the AIChE Journal.
Scientist and CEO Ilham Kadri will discuss leadership and how she has led her company to take on the challenges of sustainability and safety.
Use these leadership tips to strengthen your skills as a leader during the pandemic, and your team will emerge stronger when it's over.
Learn how one assistant professor of chemical engineering is using an AIChE grant to teach students about separations through hands-on experimentation.
Check out the diverse discussions happening now, which range from simplifying your digital life to thermodynamics and Antoine equations.
Read how Arisbeth's commitment to mentoring has enriched her life and made her a better communicator in academia and the professional world.
A group of women biomedical engineering faculty shared their 2020 experiences to create rules to help you ease job stress during the pandemic.
Times of great change aren't easy, but you can develop and strengthen skills to help you stay happier, on track, and more productive.
FOSSI will provide scholarships, internships, and mentorship for students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and math at historically Black colleges and universities.
Uncertain times offer an important opportunity to reassess spending and earning, and to make sound financial plans for the future.
Monty Alger reflects on the challenges and accomplishments of chemical engineers in 2020, and looks ahead to the demands and opportunities in 2021.
This month, tips for quick assessment of distillation columns, a look at teaching process control topics, advice on patenting your work, and more.
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.
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.
For chemical engineering professionals and students, there are many opportunities to mingle and make new contacts at this year's Annual Meeting and ASC.
This month, CSB safety video recommendations, shared stories about unexpected career turns, and thoughts on machine learning applications.
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.
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.
Reframe your job search based on what a potential employer needs and how you can fulfill that need. Check out these six tips for highlighting your value.
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.
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.
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.
Learn how to make the most of the many online networking events planned for the 2020 AIChE Virtual Spring Meeting & Global Congress on Process Safety August 17–21.
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.
Apply your chemical engineering skills to the job search with these practical tips for finding a new job in the era of COVID-19.
Want to improve your Excel skills and boost your efficiency at work? Check out our popular spreadhseet series featuring six tips for using Excel to solve chemical engineering problems.
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.
If you're looking for online learning in chemical engineering, biological engineering, process safety, and other related fields, check out this post for tips on how to find the best fit—even if your budget is $0!
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.
Which career opportunities allow chemical engineers to work in bioengineering? How about opportunities in agrochemicals? These discussions and more top the list this month.
Video calls are here to stay, so mastering them is a must-have skill to keep yourself competitive and effective. Check out tips here.
Get a preview of what you can expect from an AIChE virtual conference experience. Check out our tips to make the most of the experience, and share your ideas to shape future online events.
Wondering about virtual internships? Have (or need) tips for video calls? Got advice for starting a student chapter? Check out these topics and contribute your own ideas.
If working from home with kids is wearing you down, try these tips to keep the kids happier and you more productive.
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.
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.
Professors who are AIChE members can apply to use AIChE Academy courses and webinars as a supplement to their online teaching.
This series of short science videos is ready for the classroom, including a downloadable lesson plan.
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.
Knowing how to appropriately express what you want, need, and think is key to finding success in business and life.
Networking doesn't come naturally to everyone, but that doesn't mean you can't learn. Whether you're a natural or need some help, use this advice to build your career through networking.
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.
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.
Hear from Shaik about how he came to process engineering, consider his useful insights on school versus learning on the job, and learn what gives him fulfillment in his work.
Many of us find ourselves in uncertain territory, furloughed, or even laid off. After you've taken a pause to collect yourself, take a look at these tips to help plan your next career move.
Engineers are rolling up their sleeves and joining together to fight COVID-19. Check out these examples and share your own thoughts, ideas, and experiences.
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.
Hoping to step up to a management position? A management position can be very rewarding for a chemical engineer, but be prepared to develop new skills. These articles can get you started.
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.
This issue, a special section dedicated to process intensification, plus articles on perfecting incident investigations, preventing corrosion, career tips, and much more.
Manufacturing workers require new skills, and RAPID and others are filling the gap with programs and tools to promote learning for students and workers at all career stages.
Chemical engineers have many career paths available to them. Study your options to decide what's right for you.
This list highlights the top-five articles and series in ChEnected's history, and each remains very relevant to chemical engineers today. Check them out!
Have a question that requires another chemical engineer's perspective and experience? Or want to share your knowledge? Check out Engage.
Today, video coverage is potentially anywhere there's a cell phone, so it pays to have a well-prepared message and practiced delivery.
In this issue, troubleshooting combustion and air pollution control equipment, a heat exchanger primer, tips for career growth, and more.
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