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The Texas A&M University Student Chapter of AIChE is dedicated to providing its members with experiences beyond the usual classroom education. As a professional society, we arrange opportunities for students to build a network of contacts in academia and in industry and to see the application of a Chemical Engineering degree in industry through plant trips.

As a student organization, we help develop leadership skills and give students the chance to improve their teamwork skills.

We are very proud of our college's curriculum and our professors. We also take great pride in our chapter. The great generosity of our sponsors has allowed us to fulfill many of our goals. Our chapter looks forward to the opportunity to improve on past accomplishments. With great people as officers along with superb industry cooperation, the 2017-2018 school year looks to be a great one.

General Meetings

General meetings are a great way to learn about companies. These company sponsored meetings give students an opportunity to learn about what goes on in the industry. Meetings include dinner and a presentation from the company. We bring in representatives to talk about a variety of topics, from engineering problems to possible future career fields.

Meetings are held every other Wednesday in JEB 106 at 7:30 PM. Typically lasts between 1-2 Hours.

Networking Event

Get to know the representatives! Before every meeting, we will hold a networking event. This is a casual opportunity to get to know company representatives. These are come and go events. Feel free to come in, chat, and network with company recruiters while enjoying some snacks.

Networking events are typically held in JEB 108 or 104 right before a general meeting. Typically lasts between 30 minutes.

Meeting Dates Fall 2017

Oct. 4th l 7:30 - 8:45 pm l BP

Oct. 18th l 7:30 - 8:45 pm l Shell

Nov.  1st l 7:30 - 8:45 pm l CPChem

Nov. 15th l 7:30 - 8:45 pm l Marathon Petroleum

Nov. 29th l 7:30 - 8:45 pm l TBA

 

Networking Dates Fall 2017

Nov. 4th l 3:30 - 4:30 pm l Auburn Tailgate - Phillips 66

 

 

If your company is interested in sponsoring a general meeting, please contact our VP Programs, Kyle Cordes, kcordes@tamu.edu

Lunch and Learns are similar to smaller meetings. We bring in company representatives to give a small 30-45 minute presentation over lunch. Lunch and Learns typically have 10-15 people so they are a fantastic way to meet the representatives. We try to schedule 2 of these per day to avoid class conflicts.

Dinner and learns are the same thing! They occur during dinner. Come out, have a meal, and talk to company representatives.

 

Lunch & Learn Dates Fall 2017

Nov. 2nd l 11:00AM - 1:00PM l JEB 256 l BP


If your company is interested in hosting a Lunch & Learn, please contact our VP Programs, Kyle Cordes, kcordes@tamu.edu

The AIChE Sophomore Retreat is a fun-filled weekend event where students can meet friends and industry professionals. Our goal is to empower all new upper-level students academically, socially, and professionally through a fun, motivational, and memorable overnight retreat. Once the retreat is over, the students will have learned more about chemical engineering through company presentations and will have made new friends that will be in their sophomore classes the following semester.

Visit http://www.chemecamptamu.org/ for more information.

 

August 24 - 27, 2017
Stoney Creek Ranch

For incoming sophomore chemical engineering students
 

 

Our mentorship programs pairs freshman and sophomores with juniors and seniors. It is a great way for new students to gain advice and insight from experienced students! From classes to scheduling, our mentorship program is a great way to help new students succeed in chemical engineering.

If you are interested in joining, please contact our Mentorship Chair, Darius Mortazavi, dariusmortazavi@tamu.edu
 
 

Plant tours give students the opportunity to see their major in action. A chemical plant tour is an invaluable experience for any chemical engineering student. We typically have one plant tour per semester. Think of them as a field trip for chemical engineers.

If your company is interested in sponsoring a plant tour, please contact our VP External, Erin Dean, edean905@tamu.edu

 

 

Intramurals are a great way to meet your fellow chemical engineers. If you are interested in joining, please contact our Intramurals Chair, Nick Spehar, nick4270@tamu.edu