About the American Institute of Chemical Engineers

AIChE is the world's leading chemical engineering professional organization, with members spanning 93 countries and a variety of industries and areas of research. The organization provides networking opportunities and access to a wealth of information about the latest techniques in chemical engineering. Undergraduate students are able to join AIChE for free through the ScaleUp initiative in order to get acquainted with the organization at an early age.

About the University of Illinois AIChE Student Chapter

Founded: Fall, 1927

Purpose & Responsibilities

  • To promote the professional development of its members through its programs and via relations with its own student members, faculty, with other Student Chapters and with the parent body, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
  • Establish a professional standard of conduct and draw its members from those who subscribe to this standard.
  • Provide an organization that promotes the wider recognition of engineering as a profession.
  • Provide forums where its members may meet with their colleagues to discuss mutual interest and problems.
  • Publish a newsletter to create greater awareness of our activities and the chemical engineering profession.

Chapter Advisor: Dr. Troy Vogel

Chapter President: Ellery Marks

Primary Sponsor: Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Office Location: 50 Noyes Lab

Chapter E-mail: aiche@illinois.edu

Phone: (217) 333-1587

Fax: (217) 244-8068

Mailing Address:

American Institute of Chemical Engineers
University of Illinois Student Chapter
209 Roger Adams Laboratory, Box C-3
600 South Mathews Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801