AIChE would like to thank its multiple guest authors for the ChEnected blog. Browse posts below that cover a variety of topics.
In an effort to cultivate an early interest in science, math, and engineering in middle school students, Lehigh University’s AIChE student chapter recently held a successful interactive science and chemical engineering outreach event at Broughal Middle School in Bethlehem, PA.
Didn't find your dream job right out of college? Or looking for a job while still in school? Hear how one chemical engineer is tackling the job search and learn from his experience on the job hunt.
One of the best 2013 AIChE Student Regional Conferences this year was in Lubbock, TX, hosted by the Texas Tech University, for the Southwest Region. From the Murder Mystery, to the intense ChemE Car competition; nothing could be better than interacting and volunteering with future Young Professional AIChE members.
Are you attending Spring Meeting and still wonder what would be applicable to you as a young engineer? Well, look no further!
Meet Jon Haughton, this month's Featured YP, who is a graduate of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a wide range of interests and some smart advice for other young chemical engineers and students.
When Maria K. Burka began looking for jobs in chemistry, she was told not to use her first name on applications because “if the interviewer saw you were a woman, they wouldn’t even bother interviewing you.” Hear more in her audio interview.
Meet Alia Khan, a senior at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, who is headed to work at ExxonMobil in Houston after graduation.
Studying crystal structures and confused by Miller indices? Check out this video from the LearnChemE video series.
Have chemical engineering programs become divorced from the world and people they serve? One program has a new approach to focusing chemical engineering students on the world's challenges.
As part of the AIChE Apprentice program, one young chemcial engineerg spoke to high school students on the topic of "What can chemical engineers do?" Read more about it here.
As product design increasingly turns to an interdisciplinary approach, why is it that student design teams so conspicuously lack chemical engineering students? Read on to learn more.
Drexel University AIChE members recently shared their enthusiasm for math and science through the Lindy Scholars program, teaching a science lesson to seventh grade students from three west Philadelphia schools. Read more about their experience.
Meet Stephanie from UMass Amherst and hear about what she does to blow off steam at school, what she hopes to do after earning her degree, and more.
Meet Chris Lowe and learn about his graduate work in biomedical engineering at Rutgers, how he spends his time outside of work, and more.