CBE’s Hillier, Fox elected American Institute of Chemical Engineers fellows

Reginald R. Baxter Endowed Department Chair Andrew Hillier
Andrew Hillier

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) Reginald R. Baxter Endowed Department Chair Andrew Hillier and Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering and Hershel B. Whitney Professor, Global Initiatives Rodney Fox have been elected fellows in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).

Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering and Hershel B. Whitney Professor, Global Initiatives Rodney Fox
Rodney Fox

The grade of fellow is awarded to members in recognition of significant professional accomplishments and contributions in engineering. Selections are based on nominations. It is the body’s highest grade of membership. Fellows are an important resource for AIChE in providing experience-based guidance to leadership and members, as well as contributing to the activities of many AIChE entities.

Other CBE faculty who are AIChE fellows include emeritus professors George Burnet, Tom Wheelock, Richard Seagrave, David Boylan and James Hill.

The “Global Home of Chemical Engineers,” AIChE has 60,000 members from more than 110 countries, including a large membership program for university students. Iowa State’s CBE department hosts a large student contingent. AIChE provides education, recognition and networking opportunities for chemical engineers in both education and industry.

Learn more about the AIChE fellows program.