New board elected October 22, 2019 in Halifax
Charles Jia, MCIC (President), James Diamond, MCIC (Vice President), Anil Mehrotra, FCIC (Treasurer), David Beckman, MCIC (Past President), Ian Jobe, MCIC (Executive Director), Simant Upreti, MCIC (Awards), Peter Ozemoyah, MCIC (Conferences and Symposia), Gregory Patience, MCIC (Subject Divisions and Local Sections) Jyoti Patel, MCIC (Industrial Liaison – West, Rachel Murdy, MCIC (Industrial Liaison – East, João Soares, FCIC, Publications and Continuing Education and Editor-in-Chief, Can J Chem Eng), Pascale Champagne, MCIC (Student Affairs).
VISION: Solutions for a better world.
MISSION AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES:
To advance the chemical engineering profession and the careers of its practitioners by:
- facilitating the exchange of knowledge;
- enabling lifelong learning;
- promoting STEM education;
- advocating ethical and responsible practices.
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) is a national, not-for-profit, professional association that unites chemical engineering students and professionals who work in industry, academia and government.
The CSChE is one of the three Constituent Societies of the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC), along with the Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC) and the Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT). We are governed and funded by our membership.
Become a member of the CSChE
As well as enjoying several benefits such as discounted rates for our conferences and a complimentary subscription to our magazine, members of the CSChE become part of Canada’s diverse and prestigious community of chemical scientists, engineers and technologists.
The CSChE organizes the Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, Canada’s premier annual conference for chemical engineering.
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is published monthly for the CSChE by Wiley Interscience.
The CSChE confers awards, fellowships and scholarships to recognize professionals and students who have made outstanding contributions to chemical engineering.
The CSChE provides customized resources to help students and professionals in chemical engineering advance their careers.
The CSChE is represented on Engineers Canada’s Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) which accredits all Canadian undergraduate engineering programs.
The CSChE advocates on behalf of chemical engineers to the federal and provincial governments on issues of research funding and regulations.
The CSChE’s outreach program fosters an interest in chemical engineering among young people and raises the public’s understanding of and appreciation for the work of chemical engineers.
The CSChE offers professional development courses on the topics of Process Safety and Risk Assessment to help further your technical knowledge and give you an edge in your career.