Gordon Ellis has been on staff at AIChE for more than two decades, with many years’ experience working with volunteer groups, member activities and student programs. He now concentrates on writing and editing for Chemical Engineering Progress magazine.
Meet some of the most recently named AIChE Fellows and learn about their diverse career backgrounds.
Despite improvements, many women engineers continue to face greater barriers to success, often causing them to leave the practice.
Learn how AIChE's Women in Chemical Engineering (WIC) Community is helping women build momentum in the profession.
Learn how WIC got its start, how it's working to accomplish its mission, and how you can become part of the effort.
From near absence to the presidency: learn some of the fascinating details of women's ascent and continuing growth at AIChE.
AIChE looks back at the chemical engineering career of Margaret Hutchinson Rousseau and at some of the women who have followed in her footsteps.
In 1901, Charles Pierce became the first to earn a degree in chemical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology, and the country's first Black chemical engineering graduate.
Learn how this chemical engineering student got interested in STEM, and find out how she's helping others find scholarship opportunities.
Learn about how the IDEAL Path concept aims to give an equal opportunity to all who wish to join the chemical engineering community.
Learn about this chemical engineer's professional path and how mentoring continues to influence her career.
Learn more about some of the chemical engineers from a wide range of specialty areas who recently became AIChE Fellows.
Learn about some of AIChE's early pioneers for equity and inclusion, and about the history of the Minority Affairs Committee (MAC).