Ryan Mowers is an industrial sale
Hear about Tom, his very active AIChE local section, and its many activities for chemical engineers in southern Texas.
Each year WISE interns go to Washington to explore how chemical engineers can use their technical knowledge to guide public policy.
How fast you advance in your career often relies on how well you negotiate. Hone your skills with these negotiating tips.
Watch 2015 WISE intern Jami Summey-Rice interview the 2018 WISE interns about their projects and experiences.
Watch 2015 WISE intern Jami Summey-Rice interview the 2017 WISE interns about their projects and experiences.
Watch 2015 WISE intern Jami Summey-Rice interview the 2016 WISE interns about their projects and experiences.
Tomas Wesley Green from the University of Kansas used his WISE internship in Washington to study how agricultural resources can contribute to the energy supply and bioeconomy. He looked a
Summer wouldn’t be summer without the tradition of the WISE (Washington Internships for Students of Engineering) program, which offers students across engineering disciplines the opportunity to exp
Every year AIChE sends three students to Washington to research public policy issues and contribute to discussions on how engineers impact society.
This summer, three chemical engineering students explored the interface between engineering and public policy as AIChE’s 2015 WISE (Washington Internships for Students of Engineering) interns.
These tips will help you find and profit from experiences that are important for making career decisions and for building a career in chemical engineering or biological engineering.
Not a confident presenter? These speaking and presentation tips will help you deliver your point effectively.
Join other chemical engineers and students in conversations about becoming an entrepreneur, improving negotiating skills, setting summer goals, and more.
Hear in a two-part podcast series how gaining an insider's understanding of government policy related to chemical engineering can change the course of a chemical engineer's career.
These tips for leading a multidisciplinary can make conducting an assessment far easier and more efficient.
Meet Nick DiDomizio, a process engineer at CE&IC in Burlington, NJ.
Meet Kyle Trenshaw, an educational development specialist for natural sciences and engineering at the University of Rochester.
As the staff liaison for AIChE's LGBTQ+ & Allies Initiative, I'm thrilled and proud to introduce long-term AIChE volunteer Stephanie Farrell as our first Featured Ally of our LGBTQ+ professiona
A Texas A&M graduate and newly retired engineer, Gayle discusses working in various areas at DuPont, including engineering design, plant improvement, and manufacturing as well as her experiences as an LGBTQ professional.
The latest installment of the series introduces us to an LGBTQ+ professor at the University of Minnesota.
Meet Paula Cameron, a Technical service and development manager for The Dow Company in Texas.
The latest installment of the series introduces us to a process engineer in Philadelphia.
Meet Brenda Seggerman, an environmental, health, and safety (EHS) engineer for Hydrite, a chemical manufacturing and distribution company.
As part of its continuing efforts in diversity and inclusion, AIChE is introducing a series focused on LGBTQ chemical engineers.
Having a clear definition of what success means to you will help you get the most satisfaction from your career.
In this episode of the Foundation’s Doing a World of Good podcast, you'll meet six past participants of the Washington Internships for Students in Engineering (WISE) Program how the program has shaped their thinking about government and industry partnership.
Will AI change your job outlook? A look at how AI could affect industry, business, and society, and thoughts on the technical challenges surrounding AI adoption.
Cari Parker of Eastman Chemical Company shares lessons from her own career and gives advice to young chemical engineers building their own careers.
Asking for help has benefits beyond simply accomplishing the task at hand. Learning to accept help and delegate are important for success in work and life.
Wondering what others are talking about? Check out the latest technical and career discussions on AIChE Engage.
The Young Professionals Social drew a large crowd in New Orleans during the first night of our 2019 Spring Meeting & GCPS.
Attendees at the 2018 Spring Meeting and GCPS gained insight into the belief systems and learned stereotypes that influence their actions and decisions when interacting with other people.
The AIChEvent App is now available for download through the App Store and Google Play by searching for "AIChE Events".
Mark your calendar: AIChE's Virtual Career Fair is a great way for job seekers and employers to connect.