Laura J. Dietsche, PhD, P.E., Senior Research Scientist at Dow in Midland, Michigan, will receive the award for contributions in the application of computational fluid dynamics to advance chemical manufacturing capabilities, equipment design, and materials development.
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.
Ronald G. Larson of the University of Michigan will receive this year's William H. Walker Award for Excellence in Contributions to Chemical Engineering Literature. Read more about his career and accomplishments.
Meet these accomplished, young talents from across the world of chemical and biological engineering.
School provides a foundation for the work world, but there is plenty to learn at any new job. These tips will help you develop an approach that will allow you to thrive.
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.
Learn how interdisciplinary connections fuel Belinda's work, and hear her take on how biomedical scientists can go beyond diagnostic tools, vaccines, and therapies to help deal with COVID-19.
This month, understand how digital transformations are affecting plants and refineries, get an intro to blockchain technology, and more.
A member of MIT’s chemical engineering faculty since 1965, Wang’s research and teaching contributed profoundly to the growth of chemical engineering at its interface with biology.
There are great STEM resources available online for free to help K-12 students understand science and chemical engineering concepts and to help develop their interest in science.
The Hoover Medal commemorates the civic and humanitarian achievements of an engineer whose professional and personal endeavors have advanced the well-being of humankind.
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.
Meet Ronke Olabisi of UC Irvine and learn how she left aerospace engineering to join the world of biomedical engineering, and hear what areas of study she finds most interesting.
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.
Michael F. Doherty of the Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, has been named the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Institute Lecturer for 2020, which he will deliver online Nov. 18 at the 2020 AIChE Virtual Annual Meeting.