Professional chemical engineers are available to make science classroom
presentations with hands-on activities for students in grades 1-12 through
the Student Outreach Program of the Chicago Section of the American
Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).  Presentations can be tailored to
suit the needs of your class.  Volunteer presenters will use Power Point
presentations and simple hands-on experiments that are available for viewing
at the Section's web site (  Popular topics include
cleaning up an oil spill, scaling up a small alphabet soup recipe, making
ice cream, and explaining the chemical engineering profession.

To request an AIChE Science Ambassador to visit your classroom, contact the
AIChE Chicago Section at 847-588-3840 or email me at
[EMAIL PROTECTED]  Presentations are sponsored by the AIChE Chicago
Section; there is no charge to the school.  The purpose of the program is to
expose students to chemical engineers and the chemical engineering
profession, and to help improve scientific literacy.

Founded in 1908, AIChE is a nonprofit professional association of more than
50,000 members that provides leadership in advancing the chemical
engineering profession.  For more information about AIChE, visit


Ellen Sullivan
Vice President, Association Management Services
TEI Analytical, Inc.
7177 N. Austin Ave.
Niles, IL  60714
Voice:  847-647-1345, ext. 803
Fax:  847-647-0844

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