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Women in Chemical Engineering (WIC) Travel Award

WIC supports travel for female graduate students, post-doctoral associates, early career individuals, and young professionals.

Award details
Award

WIC supports travel for female graduate students, post-doctoral associates, early career individuals, and young professionals. The travel award would cover cost for the Virtual 2020 AIChE Annual Meeting registration and 1 year membership. Promo code would be made available.

Travel award winners will be notified ahead of the early conference registration deadline and will be recognized at the WIC luncheon (required attendance).

DeadlineAugust 31, 2020
AdministratorsWomen in Chemical Engineering (WIC)
PresentationTravel award winners will be recognized at the WIC Luncheon.
Nomination Instructions

Please send all application materials in electronic format using the online application below. Materials must include:

  • Brief cover letter
  • Applicant's CV
  • AIChE membership - please provide your membership ID #
  • A copy of an abstract submitted to the Annual Meeting
  • A letter of reference from the research supervisor

Application

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Questions? Please contact Deboleena (D) Chakraborty at DChakraborty2@dow.com

Award winners

  • Kaitlyn Bacon
    North Carolina State University

    2019
  • Kara Fong
    University of California - Berkeley

    2019
  • Laurel Hind
    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    2019
  • Sun Hyn
    Georgia Tech

    2019
  • Valentina Igenegbai
    University of Michigan

    2019
  • Whitney Loo
    University of California - Berkeley

    2019
  • Heidi Oldencamp
    University of Texas at Austin

    2019
  • Ingrid J. Paredes
    NYU Tandon School of Engineering

    2019
  • Julie Rorrer
    University of California - Berkeley

    2019
  • Devleena Samanta
    Northwestern

    2019
  • Janani Sampath
    University of Washington

    2019
  • Ki-Joo Sung
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    2019