You can apply for one of the six Trustee vacancies available for IChemE’s Council.
As an IChemE Trustee you will be sharing your expertise and experiences and contributing to the advancement of the Institution and chemical engineering more generally. This voluntary position provides an opportunity to develop new skills, broaden your experience and help shape the future of IChemE for the benefit of society.
Continue reading Becoming an IChemE Trustee: want to know more before applying?
Today is International Women’s Day.
Celebrating the achievements of women, and various successes in gender parity, it provides us with the perfect opportunity to shine a light on the important issue of diversity in our profession.
The percentage of female undergraduates studying chemical engineering in UK is just above 25%. It’s higher than any other engineering discipline, but there’s still more to be done.
The theme for International Women’s Day 2017 is #BeBoldForChange. To celebrate, our member-led diversity network has shared ten inspiring quotes from their popular ‘Women in Engineering’ webinar series on changing attitudes, highlighting how the engineers featured #BeBoldForChange in their careers.
These women (and one man!) are all at different stages of their fulfilling careers. Their words should inspire you to be #BeBoldForChange too.
Continue reading 10 female engineers on how to #BeBoldForChange #IWD2017
On 19 June I’ll be hosting two Webinars to present my presidential address for those of you that were not able to attend the Annual General Meeting on 28 May.
It’s a great chance to find out more about me, my presidential themes and to ask questions.
It would also be great to hear your feedback about my blog, and your suggestions for great chemical engineering stories we can feature later in the year.
If you are based in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia you may prefer to join this webinar (09:00-10:00 BST).
If you are in the UK and Europe and further West you may find this webinar time more convenient (15:00-16:00 BST).
I hope you’ll be able to join me.