AIChE would like to thank its multiple guest authors for the ChEnected blog. Browse posts below that cover a variety of topics.
Change and unpredictability can be a challenge but also keep things interesting. Read on for the experiences of a globe-trotting chemical engineer with a constantly changing job description.
The 6th CCPS Latin American Process Safety Conference will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Simultaneous English-Spanish translation will be provided.
Get to know this year's AIChE candidates for the Board of Directors through this Q&A series and cast a more informed vote.
Samantha Kong, founding president of the AIChE Student Chapter at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, dropped by AIChE headquarters this summer while in New York. Read about her experience with her student chapter here.
Twelve-year-old Audrey Gallier hasn’t decided what she wants to do when she grows up, but she knows it involves science. And she’s not waiting until college to crack open advanced textbooks...
Want to cast an informed vote? Take this opportunity to meet the 2015 AIChE Presidential-Elect Candidates August 20 at the Virtual Local Section meeting online.
Erin Alderink of the University of Michigan reports on her experience at the North American Student Energy Summit (NASES), as part of her internship in the Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) program.
This year, three $400 travel awards for the 2014 AIChE Annual Student Conference in Atlanta will be given to qualifying undergraduate students. Learn more details here and apply.
Alex Avram, a chemical engineering PhD student at UARK who recently joined the three-year AIChE Apprenticeship Program, describes his plans to help communities gain access to potable water.
Fossil fuels will continue to play an important part in electricity generation, and this opens the doors for many opportunities for young chemical engineers.
Excel got you down? Get up to speed with a ton of tutorials on chemical engineering computing using Excel and Matlab.
Learning about a region's geography can enhance a chemical engineer's knowledge and understanding of the region's dominant industries and need for chemicals.
Purdue's Biowall entry took home the prize, with an ingenious design that improves indoor air quality thanks, in part, to plants' ability to purify air.
On Wednesday April 2nd at Tulane University, more than 160 students from three high schools in the New Orleans area gathered to listen and learn from practicing chemical engineers during the AIChE high school outreach event as part of the Spring Meeting.