Share AIChE Sister Chapter Program Purpose AIChE is rapidly expanding with increasing amount of student chapters starting around the globe. In order to help the chemical engineers of tomorrow get acquainted with different cultures and customs, AIChE is looking to help these students network with each other while still in school. The Sister Chapters program helps prepare our students for the increasingly global environment they will enter upon graduation. This program complements AIChE global development initiatives by connecting AIChE Student Chapters from different countries to form yearlong partnerships throughout the academic year. Calls for participation will go out in September when the school year begins, and Student Chapters can elect to participate yearly in the program. The goal of the Sister Chapter Program is to match up Student Chapters from different countries and allow them to network with Chemical Engineers in different parts of the world. We also encourage chapters to discuss their Student Chapter goals and give each other ideas on how to improve their Student Chapters. Goals Increase international awareness of, connection to, and involvement with AIChE Build an ongoing relationship between International and American AIChE student chapters Connect future chemical engineers from around the globe with AIChE Provide insight into AIChE student chapters to other chemical engineering academic programs and fields of interest around the globe. How to become a Sister Chapter Coming Soon More Resources Template on How to become a successful Sister Chapter Presentation by the University of Michigan chapter at the 2012 Annual Student Conference: Sister Chapter Presentation (PDF) Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Current Sister Chapter Matches Wayne State University Universidad del Atlantico UC Irvine Suez University University of Kentucky Universidad Nacional de Colombia- Bogota Washington State University Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria University of illinois, Urbana-Champaign Universidade Estadual de Maringa StonyBrook University Koc University Texas A&M University Nazarbayev University United States Military Academy Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife Osun State Cornell University NFC Institute of Engineering and Technology Arizona State University Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar Ohio University Universiti Teknologi Mara University of Michigan Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Medellin Massachusetts Institute of Technology KAIST University of Iowa Texas A&M University, Qatar University of Delaware VIT University, Vellore Purdue University National University of Singapore Stevens Institute of Technology Institut Teknologi Bandung Brigham Young University BITS- Pilani, Dubai Campus New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya MIchigan Technological University Hong Kong University of Science and Technology University of Cincinnati Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS University of Florida Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras Mississippi State University Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras Related Content: Start a New Student Chapter Student chapters are a great way for students to connect locally. Often AIChE student chapters have close relationships with the local sections near them. Find out how you can start a new student chapter or join a current one. Resources for AIChE Student Leaders Are you a student chapter leader looking for information and templates to help you run your student chapter? Find guidelines, by-laws, and frequently asked questions about student leadership.