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.
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.
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.
This issue, a special section dedicated to process intensification, plus articles on perfecting incident investigations, preventing corrosion, career tips, and much more.
Today, video coverage is potentially anywhere there's a cell phone, so it pays to have a well-prepared message and practiced delivery.
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.
As the workplace has evolved to open workspaces, proper office etiquette is more important than ever. How do you rate among your coworkers?
Hear about Itzel's professional development as an LGBTQ+ chemical engineer in academia, and learn about her experiences being out in the workplace.
Hear about Tom, his very active AIChE local section, and its many activities for chemical engineers in southern Texas.
Asking for help has benefits beyond simply accomplishing the task at hand. Learning to accept help and delegate are important for success in work and life.
Meet Kyle Trenshaw, an educational development specialist for natural sciences and engineering at the University of Rochester.
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.
As the staff liaison for AIChE's LGBTQ+ & Allies Initiative, I'm thrilled and proud to introduce long-term AIChE volunteer Stephanie Farrell as our first Featured Ally of our LGBTQ+ professiona
A motivated team is a productive team. Read on for more insights on how to build strong motivation that will help your team reach its goals.
Motivation can be nebulous, appearing and then simply disappearing. In a team environment, it is vital that you ensure it stays put to drive results and reach goals.
A Texas A&M graduate and newly retired engineer, Gayle discusses working in various areas at DuPont, including engineering design, plant improvement, and manufacturing as well as her experiences as an LGBTQ professional.
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.
Want to get involved but worried you don't have the time? Consider micro-volunteering to support AIChE and develop your skills.
If you know a qualified chemical engineering student or recent graduate seeking a chemical engineering internship, please nominate them for the 2018 internship program.
Everyone knows that person that just gets on their nerves, but a few tips can help you smooth things out and keep you productive at work or school.
The latest installment of the series introduces us to an LGBTQ+ professor at the University of Minnesota.
The topic of networking isn't an obvious one because there isn't any magic list of things you can do to be the best networker.
Meet Brenda Seggerman, an environmental, health, and safety (EHS) engineer for Hydrite, a chemical manufacturing and distribution company.
Confronting or being confronted by a coworker, friend, relative, acquaintance, etc. about an issue or point of contention is undeniably difficult.
As part of its continuing efforts in diversity and inclusion, AIChE is introducing a series focused on LGBTQ chemical engineers.
If having no experience is keeping you from getting experience, use these three tips to break the cycle and land the job or internship you want.
These tips will help you make the most of professional functions, whether at Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference mixers, or holiday parties.
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
Summer wouldn’t be summer without the tradition of the WISE (Washington Internships for Students of Engineering) program, which offers students across engineering disciplines the opportunity to exp