Three cheers for our new Fellows (Day 6)

There’s lots of ways to advance chemical engineering worldwide, individually and collectively.

One of the best ways is to demonstrate technical excellence and leadership of your peers; to achieve distinction; to make a significant contribution to the profession. In other words, achieve Fellowship.

To become a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers is a tremendous achievement. Today, I am pleased to announce 29 new names to our list of around 2,900 Fellows across the world.

Think you’re too young to become a Fellow? You may not be, because our youngest new Fellow is just 34 years old.

Or too old? Think again, because one of our members has just become a Fellow at the age of 72.

We send our hearty congratulations to them all in countries including Oman, Qatar, Australia, USA, Singapore, Ireland and the UK (after all we are the global professional body for chemical engineering).

Mr S M Akhter CEng FIChemE, UK
Mrs R A Aldis CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr C Allen CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr J R C Brown CEng FIChemE, SINGAPORE
Dr J W Burns CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr H H Farid Abdelrahman CEng FIChemE, OMAN
Mr C Foxley CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr J E Gunner CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr P J Howes CEng FIChemE, UK
Dr G D Job CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr K A Johnson CEng FIChemE, UK
Dr M A M Khraisheh CEng FIChemE, QATAR
Dr B P Ladewig CEng FIChemE, AUSTRALIA
Mr A M Laing CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr G D Law CEng FIChemE, AUSTRALIA
Professor J M D MacElroy FIChemE, IRELAND
Mr A Mohammad Dezashibi CEng FIChemE, OMAN
Mr P Morris CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr P S Nettleton CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr M Nouri CEng FIChemE, USA
Mr T O Olu-Tima CEng FIChemE, NIGERIA
Miss C A Potter CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr A B Radford CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr J P Regan CEng FIChemE, IRELAND
Mr P J Smee CEng FIChemE, UK
Dr M P Smith CEng FIChemE, UK
Mr J P Storer FIChemE, UK
Mr T K W Tan CEng FIChemE, SINGAPORE
Eur Ing Mr K J Wilbraham CEng FIChemE, UK

Find out more about Fellowships.

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