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YPOV: The 35 Under 35 Award Winners: A Sneak Peek

July
2017

A CEO. An attorney. Two company co-founders. Two senior process engineers. Twelve professors. They work for large organizations, public and private universities, and small startup companies. They hail from all over the globe, but they all have one thing in common: They are among the winners of AIChE’s inaugural 35 Under 35 Award.

AIChE and the Young Professionals Committee (YPC), with support from the AIChE Foundation, are recognizing 35 outstanding young professional AIChE members with the 35 Under 35 Award. These individuals, who are all under the age of 35, have made significant contributions to the Institute and to the chemical engineering profession.

The award was created to acknowledge the successes of some of the Institute’s youngest members and promote the achievements of the young professionals who are changing the face of chemical engineering. The winners exemplify the best our profession has to offer and they represent the full breadth of early ChE career paths — from those who chose to pursue industry jobs, to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, academic faculty, and entrepreneurs.

The project committee received over 80 submissions. Each award winner was nominated for one of seven categories: bioengineering (7 winners), chemicals (1 winner), energy (3 winners), innovation (7 winners), education (6 winners), leadership (7 winners), and...

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