Sister Chapter Spotlight - April 2018

April 26, 2018

During this month’s Sister Chapter spotlight, we are pleased to introduce you to the Sister Chapter duo made up of the student chapters from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

International Student Chapter Leadership Development Travel Grant

As part of the Doing a World of Good campaign, the AIChE Foundation funded five students from around the world were recipients of an International Student Chapter Leadership Development Travel Grant to attend the 2017 Annual Student Conference.  This grant afforded most

Sister Chapter Spotlight – March 2018

March 22, 2018

Hear how chemical engineering students in Medellín, Colombia, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, are connecting through the AIChE Sister Chapter Program.

Write a Résumé that Stands Out

February 6, 2018

Many struggle to write a résumé, but these pointers will make the process easier and help hone your image to match the job you seek.

Happy Holidays from the AIChE Foundation

Thank you for your support. Your generosity has been the driving force to advancing the chemical engineering profession and positively impacting our global society. 

Lizzy Zimmerman on Taking STEM Education to the Next Level

November 21, 2017

John Cirucci, an AIChE Foundation Trustee, sat down with ChemE senior and AIChE volunteer Lizzy Zimmerman for a chat about her efforts at the University of Iowa, her insights on STEM outreach and her plans for the future.

News from Hong Kong AIChE Student Chapter

August 29, 2014

Samantha Kong, founding president of the AIChE Student Chapter at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, dropped by AIChE headquarters this summer while in New York. Read about her experience with her student chapter here.

Chem-E-Car in the Spotlight – 2017 Competitors, Part 4

October 26, 2017

See 2017 spotlight videos from Iowa State University, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, University of Cincinnati, University of Southern California, Northwest University, KAIST, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, University of California, Los Angeles, and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

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