CEP: November 2008 You are holding a special issue of CEP - one that is dedicated to the celebration of AIChE's Centennial. Our editorial team has put together a striking commemoration of the profession's contributions to society over the last century, as well as a look back at some of the innovations that made them possible... Share What’s New Then and Now - Part 1 November2008CentennialMatthew McKeon-SlatteryThis special products section looks at some of today’s equipment and service offerings alongside product write-ups and ads from the past. What’s New Then and Now - Part 2 November2008Centennial What’s New Then and Now - Part 3 November2008Centennial Tracking Trends in Undergraduate Enrollment November2008CentennialR. Russell RhinehartBy understanding the normal enrollment swings, employers and students can capitalize during the boom times and rideout the busts, while universities can allocate resources more effectively. A New Strategic Plan Catalyzes AIChE November2008Centennial Lawrence B. Evans, Dale L. Keairns, H. Scott Fogler, John A. Sofranko, and Rick Cain , Richard Cain, Lawrence B. Evans, H Scott Fogler, Dr. Dale L. Keairns, John SofrankoIn its second century, AIChE will be a globally recognized leader serving the diverse needs of the chemical engineering profession and society. Implementation of the strategic plan will focus on specific goals that reach beyond traditionalboundaries. Getting Here was Half the Fun November2008Centennial Happy Birthday AIChE November2008Centennial A Century of Triumphs November2008CentennialTen lasting chemical engineering achievements — and 100 markers of chemical engineers’ progress toward them. Saluting AIChE’s Centenarians November2008CentennialIn honor of AIChE’s 100th birthday, we recognize two members who have each celebrated more than 100 birthdays. Energy Now and Then November2008Centennial Chemical Engineering in the Next 25 Years November2008CentennialPhillip R. WestmorelandTwenty-five of the profession’s thought-leaders speculate about what the future holds. READER SURVEY: Where Do You Think We Are Headed? November2008CentennialJoanna ZiemlewskiNearly 1,300 members responded to our online questionnaire about the future of chemical engineering. Here’s what they said. From Small Acorns, Large Trees Grow November2008CentennialJaromir J. UlbrechtAs AIChE celebrates its history, one AIChE Fellow shares the history of a sister society Chemical Processing Equipment on Display November2008Centennial Petrochem Show a Hit! November2008Centennial Careers in Chemical Engineering November2008Centennial Copyright Permissions: Would you like to reuse content from CEP Magazine? It’s easy to request permission to reuse content. Simply click here to connect instantly to licensing services, where you can choose from a list of options regarding how you would like to reuse the desired content and complete the transaction.