Category:Professional and Career Development

August 11th, 2014

Calling All Industrial Energy Professionals…

By Cindy Mascone | Comments (0)
Refinery at night

Have great ideas or technology to share? Be a presenter at the 37th Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC) in New Orleans next June.

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June 17th, 2014

More Excel Tutorials: Excel for Chemical Engineers

By Douglas Clark | Comments (0)
Cat at computer keyboard

From our archives comes a popular Excel tutorial for chemical engineers, developed by ChE Todd Krueger. Check it out for more on pivot tables, macros, indirect references, and more.

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June 16th, 2014

Meet David Kraemer — Featured YP for June

By Douglas Clark | Comments (0)
David Kraemer

Meet David Kraemer of BASF and learn about his background, career, and interests.

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June 13th, 2014

Delve into the Careers of Other Chemical Engineers

By Douglas Clark | Comments (0)
Chemical Engineers on the job

Learning about the experiences of other chemical engineers and the history of the field is a great way to better navigate—and appreciate—your own career.

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June 6th, 2014

Lessons on Leading Change

By Teresa Jurgens-Kowal | Comments (0)

What type of leader are you, and what are your strongest abilities? Learning to lead means understanding where your strengths as a leader lie so you can also learn to manage your weaknesses.

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May 28th, 2014

Women in Chemical Technology:
Mary Ellen Ternes, Environmental Lawyer

By Douglas Clark | Comments (1)
Mary Ellen Ternes
This entry is part 12 of 13 in the series Women in Chemical Technology

Meet Mary Ellen Ternes, a chemical engineer who now works as an environmental lawyer. Hear the story of her early days working as a chemical engineer in the field and the challenges she faced.

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May 27th, 2014

Turn Our Hindsight into Your Foresight

By Cindy Mascone | Comments (0)
Career advice

Getting your first job is just the start. Even with the best chemical engineering education under your belt, every job will present new challenges. Following is some great advice to help make the transition easier.

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May 16th, 2014

Understanding the Geography of the Chemical Industry

By Asad Sahir | Comments (0)
Louisiana Oil Refinery

Learning about a region’s geography can enhance a chemical engineer’s knowledge and understanding of the region’s dominant industries and need for chemicals.

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May 7th, 2014

Meet Hope Quintana — Featured YP for May

By Douglas Clark | Comments (1)
Hope Quintana

Meet Hope Quintana and learn about her professional development as a ChE, including her post-graduate work at New Mexico State University.

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May 1st, 2014

Your First Year as a Manager

By Martin Bergstedt | Comments (0)

If you are considering or have been offered a management position, how are things going to change for you? What is that first year going to be like? Dr. Jonathan Worstell outlined some answers to these questions and a framework for the transition of the new manager.

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