Sonja Bradfield is the Web Content and Communications Associate at AIChE.
There are great STEM resources available online for free to help K-12 students understand science and chemical engineering concepts and to help develop their interest in science.
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This short video provides teachers with a way to introduce school students to CRISPR-Cas9. Also see the accompanying downloadable lesson plan.
This series of short science videos is ready for the classroom, including a downloadable lesson plan.
See what we're up to at AIChE and connect with other chemical engineering students around the world through Instagram. Got a story or picture to share? Send it our way.
Celebrate Earth Day 2020 with interviews and resources focused on chemical engineers' efforts to improve the environment.
Knowing how to appropriately express what you want, need, and think is key to finding success in business and life.
Networking doesn't come naturally to everyone, but that doesn't mean you can't learn. Whether you're a natural or need some help, use this advice to build your career through networking.
Hoping to step up to a management position? A management position can be very rewarding for a chemical engineer, but be prepared to develop new skills. These articles can get you started.
We look back at a year of achievements from women chemical engineers, and look ahead to opportunities to help women succeed in chemical engineering.
Chemical engineers have many career paths available to them. Study your options to decide what's right for you.
An undergraduate degree in chemical engineering offers many options, from traditional engineering jobs to less conventional choices to graduate school.