American Institute of Chemical Engineers

University of Pennsylvania Student Chapter

About Us

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a club at the University of Pennsylvania that is associated with the national chapter. It is a pre-professional organization that is for students and professionals in Chemical Engineering.


Connect with a Network of Engineers across America and Attend National Conferences


Study Halls, Mentorship Programs, and Advising Available to all Members

Professional Development

Networking Events, Corporate Info Sessions, Research and Internship Opportunities

Upcoming Events

11/10/2021 5-6 PM: What do Chemical Engineers Do? A CBE Alumni Panel

Join us Wednesday, November 10th at 5:00 pm for a What do Chemical Engineers Do? A CBE Alumni Panel. CBE alumni attending are:

Dillon Weber, '16 - Started at Dow Chemical and recently joined Apple as Quality Control Manager

Steph Gedal '16 - Started at L'Oreal as sourcing and procurement manager, now at Apple

Jayant Rao '16 - DuPont as a Product Manager

Sally Mink '16 - Engineering manager at a renewable energy consulting company

Previous Events

10/23/2021 5-6 PM: Headshot Event

Join us to get your professional headshots taken! After the event, these pictures will be sent to you to be used for LinkedIn, resumes, and more! Location to be released shortly. Hope to see you all there!

Join your colleagues in the region and explore the engineering profession, job hunting, interviews, resumes, and life as a young professional. Get answers to your questions about jobs and the marketplace from local professionals with a wide range of experience. This is an opportunity to ‘ask anything’ about the world of work to professionals highly committed to helping young engineers thrive in the profession. There is no cost to attend the event.

Speak with Matt Quale, a Director of Business Development at The Dow Chemical Company where he has worked for 11 years. He will speak on and answer questions about his path from Penn CBE to his current role, the advantages that an MBA degree provides to engineers, his work in chemical engineering, and much more! Prior to his current role, Matt received his BSE in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and his MBA at Villanova University.

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