The Societal Impact Operating Council is leading efforts to define how chemical engineers can most effectively address societal needs. Accountabilities include outreach and public policy, diversity of the profession, and the global business environment.
The AIChE Foundation helped support and develop the institute's first Disability Unity Convocation to raise awareness within the AIChE community regarding the needs and contributions of members with disabilities.
The AIChE Foundation is pleased to announce that seven AIChE initiatives have been awarded grants for the 2017 first cycle of funding.
AIChE recognizes that the best way to lead the way to a safer world is through transforming Chemical Engineering Education.
Cynthia Murphy-Ortega, portfolio manager with University Partnerships and Association Relations of Chevron Corporation, gave the keynote address at the Women's Initiative Commit
In the third episode of the AIChE-Doing a World of Good podcast series you'll meet Shariq Yosufzai, Chevron’s Vice President for Global Diversity, Ombuds, and University Relations. Listen on the Giving site or subscribe in iTunes.
In the first of the AIChE-Doing a World of Good podcast series Raj Gupta, shares a captivating story of his personal and professional journey to become a leader in the chemical industry. Listen on the Giving site or subscribe in iTunes.
In the second episode of the Foundation’s Doing a World of Good podcast features Ed Cussler, Distinguished Institute professor at the University of Minnesota. Listen on the Giving site or subscribe in iTunes.
The 2015 AIChE Gala raised more than $600,000 and celebrated CCPS's 30th anniversary by honoring leaders in process safety and their respective companies.
Fellow and long-time AIChE member and supporter, David Eckhardt sat down with AIChE's senior communications specialist Gordon Ellis to discuss his very generous endowment gift to support AIChE’s Northeast Regional conference.
“The Promise” — a short film about the legacy and future promise of chemical engineering — premiered at AIChE’s 2013 Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
Process Safety Management is certainly not new to Cargill. However, according to Cargill’s Vice President for Environment Health & Safety, Al Johnson, “Collaborating with C
On July 26th, 24 chemical engineering faculty members from 20 universities joined process safety leaders from ADM and the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) in