EMILY PETRUZZELLI is the Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Engineering Progress (120 Wall St., 23rd Fl., New York, NY 10005; Email: email@example.com, Phone: (646) 495-1347). She edits CEP feature articles, which cover topics ranging from distillation and heat exchange to process control and safety, and is responsible for preparing the Catalyzing Commercialization and Safety Minute columns for publication. She received a BS in chemical engineering from Villanova University.
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Where Is Chemical Engineering Heading in the Future?
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AIChE Beer Brewing Competition: Novices Welcome
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ChEs Discuss How to Prepare for Extreme Weather Events
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Maintain Work-Life Balance as a New Parent
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Lessons Learned from Process Safety Incidents (and Near Misses)
Every chemical engineer knows that seemingly small mistakes or temporary lapses in judgment can have serious consequences.
The 35 Under 35 Award Winners: A Sneak Peek
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