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.
The podcast series features interviews with prominent chemical engineers and aims to raise awareness of how chemical engineers improve human lives.
Chemical engineer Eric S. Reiner's gift will contribute to AIChE's efforts to support the career objectives of chemical engineers in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ+) community.
Fellow Candidates are nominated by their peers, and generally have about 25 years of significant practice in chemical engineering.
Friends and colleagues of the late John C. Chen are building an AIChE endowment fund to support the leadership development of young chemical engineers.
Among the least-considered attributes of people recovering from or adapting to a disability are the new skills they acquire in this process.
Attendees at the 2018 Spring Meeting and GCPS gained insight into the belief systems and learned stereotypes that influence their actions and decisions when interacting with other people.
Mark P. Vergnano, president and CEO of The Chemours Company, a U.S.-based global chemical firm, set the stage for AIChE’s 2018 Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety with the AGILE Award Keynote Address. Watch on Facebook.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has elected 83 new members and 26 foreign members to its 2018 class.
To help the next generation of chemical engineers experience the benefits of AIChE membership and assimilate into the AIChE community, AIChE’s Board of Directors, at its June 2017 meeting, approved
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AIChE joins 3,000+ STEM exhibitors to share with grade school students what chemical engineers do and how they contribute to society and the workforce.
ChE’s everywhere will engage in classroom and community K–12 outreach projects during Engineers Week 2018 (Feb. 18–24).