Rosenzweig's Ramblings April 2009: Chemical Engineers Crow

Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Rosenzweig, feels that anything that raises the public's awareness of chemical engineers' positive role deserves applause. After all, far too few people appreciate contributions that members of the profession already have made to improve life and the environment or the potential impact of chemical engineers in addressing today's pressing problems. Getting such a message out broadly and effectively, of course, makes us feel good about our career choice.

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Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Rosenzweig, feels that anything that raises the public's awareness of chemical engineers' positive role deserves applause. After all, far too few people appreciate contributions that members of the profession already have made to improve life and the environment or the potential impact of chemical engineers in addressing today's pressing problems. Getting such a message out broadly and effectively, of course, makes us feel good about our career choice. Chemical Heritage Foundation, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, AIChE, Peter Lederman, generating energy, saving the environment, advancing biomedicine, developing electronics, enhancing food production, improving materials, chemical processing, process engineering, chemical engineering