Regional
10:55 am
Wed July 10, 2013

NMSU Students Gain Chemical Engineering Membership

The American Institute of Chemical Engineering recently approved 10 New Mexico State University students for membership.

Fattaneh Naderi Behdani, Azadeh Ghorbani Ardekani, Pedram Mohrdar Ghaemmaghami, Mohammad Tanhaemami, Nasser Khazeni, Saeid Aghahossein Shirazi, Kwonit Mallick, Rafal Alshukri, Waddah Hussein and Alireza Saraeian will enjoy the several benefits that the organization offers to its members.

The students will benefit by access to eLibrary powered by Knovel. The library consists of several interactive scientific references, chemistry handbooks, standards, databases, graphs and charts. It also includes resources such as Perry's Chemical Engineer's Handbook and Lange's Handbook of Chemistry.

The organization offers exclusive internship opportunities that will help the students gain experience and resume credentials from several leading companies such as BP, DuPont and Rohm and Haas.

American Institute of Chemical Engineering also helps students focus their careers on the right path. The organization will give access to CareerEngineer, a premier online resume database. The students will be able to upload their resume and search for potential jobs.

In addition to these opportunities, every year the organization provides $40,000 worth of scholarships and awards to chemical engineering students who are members, and hosts two competitions where students and members can demonstrate their abilities: The National Student Design Competition and the Chem-E-Car competition.

American Institute of Chemical Engineering members have other benefits as well as discounts for American Institute of Chemical Engineering national conferences, online updates and networking opportunities from around the globe.