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Engineering resource guide with links to research tools, writing guides, journals etc.
Alpha Chi Sigma -
Link updated on 10/26/12
Co-ed Chemistry Fraternity.
American Chemical Society
ChemCenter is an informative resource for the chemistry community.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
the on-line home of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Whether you are considering a career in chemical Engineering, working toward your engineering degree, or a seasoned engineering professional, we hope you'll find the AIChEWeb a terrific source of information.
Penn State Student AIChE
The Penn State Student Chapter is one of the most active professional organizations on campus. There are activities almost every week of the school year which are both social and professional in nature. Social activities include student/faculty mixers, picnics, tailgates at home football games, and more. Professional activities include company presentations, plant trips, and research paper competitions, and more.
The AIChE Student Office is located in 116 Fenske Laboratory.
The American Society for Engineering Education
a nonprofit member association, founded in 1893, dedicated to promoting and improving engineering and technology education. A great resource for anyone seeking information about engineering - from special programs for High School students to fellowships and grants to Classified Advertising of engineering jobs across the world.
Institution of Chemical Engineers
(IChemE) is a UK-based organisation dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the chemical and process engineering profession. With over 24,000 chemical engineers as members based in over 80 countries the IChemE website is the place to find out more about chemical engineering.
The North American Catalysis Society
an affiliation of 13 local Catalysis Clubs and Societies in North America. The Society publishes a quarterly Newsletter with news of Club activities, announcements of meetings and other news of interest to those involved in catalytic science. In addition, the society gives four major awards in catalysis and holds a major scientific meeting every two years.
Penn State Engineering Alumni Society - Link updated on 10/26/12
The Penn State Engineering Alumni Society (PSEAS) is the only all-alumni advisory body in the College of Engineering. The Society works closely with College deans, faculty, and students to promote and improve the engineering program at Penn State.
Society of Automotive Engineers
(SAE) is the premiere world resource for the design, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of automobiles, aircraft, space vehicles, off-highway equipment, trucks, buses, trains, marine craft, engines, and self-propelled vehicles. The largest automotive and aerospace standards-setting body in the world, SAE offers technical information in the form of papers, books, magazines, meetings, conferences, professional development seminars, workshops, expositions, continuing education programs, and Internet products.
Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
(STLE) fills the need for a universal industrial interchange of today's fast-moving developments in lubrication theory and practice.
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