ChemE Undergrad AIChE Student Chapter
Who are we?
ChemE Undergrad AIChE Student Chapter is the community for Stanford Undergraduate students in chemical engineering. Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Programs can find more information on the Academics & Admissions page.
What do we do?
AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals, with more than 60,000 members from more than 110 countries. At Stanford, we are more than just that! Everyone in ChemE is considered a member of AIChE and can attend events, propose their own, or start a conversation; together, we are "Stanford ChemE". The AIChE Student Chapter supports undergraduate students who look for a full-time job, an upperclassman mentor, meaningful conversations with faculty/staff, research positions, or just a social space to make friends, we give you the resources, support, and connections you need for navigating your path in ChemE.
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