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.
AIChE asks for your nominations for the Institute's highest honors, with special interest this year in nominees working in industry.
FOSSI will provide scholarships, internships, and mentorship for students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and math at historically Black colleges and universities.
Didn't catch the ceremony during the Annual Meeting? Watch it here, and hear from the recipients of each of these prestigious awards.
Calloway, a former President of AIChE, is being honored as a key driver of energy related initiatives within AIChE.
The award recognizes his contributions to chemical engineering research and education, and his leadership in advancing the transition to a low-carbon future and addressing climate change.
Schaffer is being recognized for implementing molecular and cellular engineering strategies to overcome challenges in the development of gene and cell therapies.
Hall is being recognized for four decades of field-leading research accomplishments, as well as for her inspiring leadership in chemical engineering, and her tireless mentorship of colleagues.
This award recognizes early-career accomplishments and contributions to industrial practice by an individual working in industries served by chemical engineers.
The award recognizes Chen for advancing the frontiers of understanding and applications of carbide and bimetallic materials in catalysis and electrocatalysis.
This award is named for one of the founders of modern chemical engineering and recognizes distinguished and continuing contributions to chemical engineering education.
AIChE’s Award for Service to Society recognizes outstanding contributions by a chemical engineer to community service and to the solution of socially oriented problems.
This award recognizes outstanding chemical engineering contributions in the industrial practice of the profession through manufacturing, R&D, management, or business leadership practices.