Yogi Paturu My personal mission statement is to be the best possible version of myself and to help others do so as well. I'm a Senior at Texas Tech University, where I'm the student chapter President. Some projects I'm working on that I'm passionate about are: MyCleanLBK, Peer to Peer Mentoring, and International Sister Chapter. ChEnected contributions Student Chapter Feature: New Jersey Institute of Technology May 9, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu The NJIT AIChE Student Chapter continues to set high standards, with multiple awards in the past year and a strong membership that's active in the university and community. Lamar University Student Chapter: Location, Location, Location Apr 23, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu Lamar University's exceptional location gives AIChE Student Chapter members many opportunities for plant tours and real-world learning opportunities. NCSU Student Chapter's Corporate Events Feb 28, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu The NCSU Student Chapter shares a behind-the-scenes look at how it plans its successful corporate events. University of Houston: Engaging Young Women in STEM Feb 22, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu The Houston AIChE Student Chapter brings chemical engineering into the classroom to give young women hands-on experiences with STEM topics. University of Oklahoma: Engaging Undergraduates in Research Jan 21, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu Engaging undergraduates in research has three main challenges: (1) explaining what research professors do, (2) finding openings in labs, and (3) figuring out if the research and team is a good fit. Student Chapter Feature: Texas A&M Invests in Underclassmen Jan 7, 2019 . by Yogi Paturu Texas A&M University’s strong sense of community stems from programs that invest in underclassmen, and the AIChE Sophomore Retreat and other student chapter events are great examples. Student Chapter Feature: Rowan University Nov 27, 2018 . by Yogi Paturu The 2018 Annual Student Conference was a melting pot of chapters from all over the world. Where else would someone from a chapter in West Texas learn about a chapter in South Jersey?