...to our local section home page, aichecle.org, where you'll find our program listing, section news, job openings and helpful links. The Cleveland Section has been in existence for more than 50 years. It is here to provide local focus, content, and direction to AIChE's activities. The objectives of the AIChE Cleveland Section are to advance and to reinforce the engineering arts and sciences related to the theory and practice of Chemical Engineering. Attendance at technical meetings can earn PDH credit.
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AIChE Cleveland Section has been awarded 2010 Second Place awards for “Best Local Section Website” and “Best Local Section Program/ Outreach” among all local divisions!
AIChE Cleveland Section is always looking for interesting and relevant speakers for its meetings. If you are interested in a specific topic or have a potential speaker for one of our monthly meetings, please contact Dr. Charles Roe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (440)-684-0980. AIChE will provide your meal FREE when your speaker delivers a program! Current line-ups are on the PROGRAMS page.
AICHE Cleveland Section is on LinkedIn!
The 2014-2015 program planning is underway. Plans are for a meeting in late September, November, Student Night in February, Science Fair Awards in March, and Social Event in June. Please contact a chairperson for speaker suggestions.
Other Professional Information:
AIChE national members may receive 6 credits per year for webinars offered by the National AIChE. After viewing the webinars, PDH certificates can be requested at email@example.com.
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AIChE Institute For Sustainability:
The purpose of IFS is to serve the needs of and influence the efforts of professionals, academes, industries, and governmental bodies that advance sustainability and sustainable development. IFS approaches sustainability from the perspectives of engineering and scientific disciplines, with the objective of promoting the societal, economic, and environmental benefits of sustainable and green engineering. For more information on this important topic please visit: http://www.aiche.org/IFS/index.aspx .