Chemical Engineering Students (AIChE)
What is AIChE?
We are the NMSU student chapter of AICHE, visible across campus and our community and are recognized by many as local leaders. Our members regularly participate in campus outreach events, work in the community to share our love of science and technology, and serve the Chemical Engineering department on matters of assessment.
AIChE (pronunced: a-key) stands for American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and our NMSU Chapter has a great history of success at the Regional and National Level. In fact, in 2016 we placed 3rd at Regionals and 10th in the Nation for the Chem-E Car competition.
Our NMSU Chapter of AIChE was named Outstanding Chapter in the nation in 2016, 2011, 2010, and 2009. We've been able to set ourselves apart by our drive and our dedication to giving back to the NMSU Community and the Las Cruces Community. In fact, every year in addition to reaching out to students in the Las Cruces Public Schools, we raise money for valuable causes such as Relay for Life.
We have a passion for helping others in our community and sharing our passion for science with other people. Now we're calling on all of our friends, family, and members of our community to come together and help us as we compete at Regionals and at Nationals this year. Your support truly makes a difference!
Every contribution is greatly appreciated as every donation adds up to make a huge impact for our team of student engineers. Thank you so much for your donation and thank you for stopping by our page!
Diego Gomez, President of AIChE