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.
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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).
Photos and details from the 2017 Institute and Board of Directors' Awards.
Sustainable growth through process innovation and downstream integration is the overriding theme October 9-11 in Bahrain.
John Prausnitz is considered the founder of molecular thermodynamics, which transformed the ways in which chemical engineers learn and practice their profession. His humanistic approach t
AIChE and member volunteers from the Northern California (NorCal) Local Section will take part in one of the U.S.'s largest K-12 outreach events, when AIChE hosts an exhibi
The 2016 Institute and Board of Directors’ Award winners were given at the Honors Ceremony at the Annual Meeting in San Francisco. These are among AIChE’s most prestigious awards, honoring eminent chemical engineers for career accomplishments, service to society, and service to the Institute. See details and photos!
Winnette McIntosh Ambrose, a chemical engineer and National Institute of Health scientist specializing in vision research, shows the adaptability of her engineering degree by taking on both the lab and the kitchen. Read more about how this MIT graduate balances a scientific career with a successful baking business in Washington, D.C., in this first article in a series about chemical engineering and chemistry in the kitchen.