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.
By keeping these three points in mind, you can shorten the path to building a strong and successful business.
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.
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.
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.
Keep your flare system safe, get tips to troubleshoot a thermosiphon reboiler, build skills to transition to a leadership role, and much more.
Ava talks about the project in Tanzania she worked on with her EWB USA chapter at the University of Cincinnati.
These tips for leading a multidisciplinary can make conducting an assessment far easier and more efficient.
The NCSU Student Chapter shares a behind-the-scenes look at how it plans its successful corporate events.
John J. McKetta, Jr., a Fellow and former president of AIChE, and a mentor to generations of chemical engineers, died on January 15, 2019, in Austin, TX. He was 103.
Team members with different backgrounds can provide new perspectives and ideas that help fuel innovation and create more engaged employees.
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.
Have a team effort ahead? Use these tips to collaborate effectively, even when you're in different locations and with different levels of technical skills and expertise.
Change brings a dichotomy of emotions: we are either excited for, or absolutely dread, change. Learn to handle change better and manage positive change as a leader within your organization.
This month: revisiting the O'Connell correlation, commonly overlooked codes and standards for piping, tips for team motivation, and much more.
AIChE member Daniel Schwartz received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring.
Want to know more about process engineering? Hear about this process engineer's career and profit from his insights on finding success in industry.
Fellow Candidates are nominated by their peers, and generally have about 25 years of significant practice in chemical engineering.
Friends and colleagues of the late John C. Chen are building an AIChE endowment fund to support the leadership development of young chemical engineers.
Fellow Candidates are nominated by their peers and generally have about 25 years of significant practice in chemical engineering.
Fellow candidates are nominated by their peers and generally have about 25 years of significant practice in chemical engineering.
Mark Vergnano, president and CEO of Chemours, sat down with Shariq Yosufzai of Chevron to discuss some of themes from the AGILE keynote.
Hear from student travel grant winners from Cairo University, Egypt; Koç University, Turkey; Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Bogotá, Colombia; and Tianjin University, China.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Vellore Institute of Technology, India, and Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia.
2016 EWB grant recipients Donny Gross and Chris Royal of University of Tulsa sat down with us to discuss their project in Machacamarca, Bolivia.
The UConn grant recipients discuss their experiences in helping a town in Ethiopia develop its water resources.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Dawood University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan; Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia; Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan; and National Autonomous University of Hondoras, Honduras.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Xiangtan University, China; Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Sede Bogotá, Colombia; and Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia.
Nicaragua and Zambia may be in different hemispheres and have different engineering challenges but one thing they share is having benefited from the Engineers Without Borders Grant Award, sponsored
I’m always surprised when I attend a chemical industry event and the audience is predominantly male, or when I’m looking for CEOs to interview for CEP’s Leadership Q&A column
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
You are invited to attend the January 22 Virtual Local Section Meeting and celebrate the start of the VLS's fifth year of "supporting chemical engineers regardless of geography." &nbs
William Banholzer, retired Dow Chemical CTO, gave an insightful and wide-ranging address on the the state of technology changes for the future, and the chemical engineer’s special capability to make sensible and better decisions for the direction of these changes, especially in the field of energy.
William Banholzer sums up his opening keynote speech from the 2014 AIChE Spring Meeting and GCPS. Hear his thoughts on the role of chemical engineers in shaping the future and in solving the world's grand challenges.