Want to gain greater energy efficiency for chemical engineering processes, lower costs, and meet industrial decarbonization goals? The Process Intensification Credential can help you meet your goals.
Meet this young but high-achieving AIChE Student Chapter and learn what they’re doing to develop their chemical engineering skills.
This article explores what it means to forge a career path and offers advice from seasoned engineers.
Career Discovery is designed to help chemical engineers pursue and build a career that best fits their evolving talents and interests.
Having a plan and knowing what you want to accomplish are key to a great résumé. Read further for tips for building a plan that can help get the chemical engineering job you want.
Longtime columnist Loraine Kasprzak moves on to other career goals of her own, but she leaves us with some of her very best advice from over the years.
Chemical engineers’ skills are valuable in many industries and allow varied career paths. Read how one recent graduate took an unexpected but very rewarding turn by working in pharmaceuticals.
Incorporating LinkedIn into your career strategy can help you prepare for ongoing volatility and uncertainty.
A strong and complete LinkedIn profile will help you stand out among the crowd. Use these tips to increase your visibility.
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.
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!
These simple but important lessons drawn from daily work life can simplify any chemical engineering career path you choose, traditional or otherwise.
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.
By keeping these three points in mind, you can shorten the path to building a strong and successful business.
Use these leadership tips to strengthen your skills as a leader during the pandemic, and your team will emerge stronger when it's over.
Read how Arisbeth's commitment to mentoring has enriched her life and made her a better communicator in academia and the professional world.
Times of great change aren't easy, but you can develop and strengthen skills to help you stay happier, on track, and more productive.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This issue, a special section dedicated to process intensification, plus articles on perfecting incident investigations, preventing corrosion, career tips, and much more.
Chemical engineers have many career paths available to them. Study your options to decide what's right for you.
Today, video coverage is potentially anywhere there's a cell phone, so it pays to have a well-prepared message and practiced delivery.
Wondering how to get a chemical engineering internship? Want to know how to make the most of an internship? Answers to these questions and more.
If you vowed to build your network in 2020, AIChE's Engage is an easy way to get started. Check out these current discussions.
Google's Austin Lin takes us inside AIChE's Management Division, sharing details about its highly varied membership, goals, and plans.
Being aware of potential drawbacks of working remotely can help you reap its many benefits. Consider these points for optimal work-life balance.
An undergraduate degree in chemical engineering offers many options, from traditional engineering jobs to less conventional choices to graduate school.
Hear from Austin, a technical program manager at Google and the vice-chair of one of AIChE's most active local sections.
There's a lot more to networking than shaking hands and trading business cards, and when done right, it will bring more to your life than just business contacts.
Hear how chemical engineering students used summer internships to explore how engineers' work can inform and affect public policy.
This month in CEP, tips for getting your research published, advice for strong video presentations, a look at reducing plant energy costs, and much more.
As the workplace has evolved to open workspaces, proper office etiquette is more important than ever. How do you rate among your coworkers?
Have good advice to share? Want to see what other chemical engineers and chemical engineering students are up to? Check out the latest discussions.
Tips and new features will make meeting new contacts and finding the right events for you easier than ever at the Annual Meeting in Orlando.
Follow 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference highlights, whether you're joining us in Orlando or just want to keep up on the latest.
Hear about Itzel's professional development as an LGBTQ+ chemical engineer in academia, and learn about her experiences being out in the workplace.
Considering medical school? A chemical engineer's training provides a valuable foundation for understanding medicine.
Hear about Tom, his very active AIChE local section, and its many activities for chemical engineers in southern Texas.
Each year WISE interns go to Washington to explore how chemical engineers can use their technical knowledge to guide public policy.
How fast you advance in your career often relies on how well you negotiate. Hone your skills with these negotiating tips.
These tips will help you find and profit from experiences that are important for making career decisions and for building a career in chemical engineering or biological engineering.
Not a confident presenter? These speaking and presentation tips will help you deliver your point effectively.
Join other chemical engineers and students in conversations about becoming an entrepreneur, improving negotiating skills, setting summer goals, and more.
Hear in a two-part podcast series how gaining an insider's understanding of government policy related to chemical engineering can change the course of a chemical engineer's career.
These tips for leading a multidisciplinary can make conducting an assessment far easier and more efficient.
Having a clear definition of what success means to you will help you get the most satisfaction from your career.
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