American Institute of Chemical Engineers

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  • Chemical Runaways

    Many chemicals such as petroleum are vital to everyday life. We use petroleum products in manufacturing, to heat our homes, get us places, and run engines. The volitability of these chemicals can be catastrophic if not handled properly. This is the case with the T2 Labaratories in Jacksonville, Florida that killed four and wounded thirty-two others. In December 2007, four lives were lost and many other where changed when an explosion occurred at the Jacksonville Florida plant at T2 Laboratories, Inc. T2 was producing methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl, which is a gasoline additive. The explosion caused T2 Laboratories to become destroyed and also caused damage to other businesses in the area causing windows to burst and throw…

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  • John Swales: The Roles Of A Discourse Community

    WAW was an appropriate source to know the roles of discourse community in my routine life, which I wasn’t aware of. Many times I try to imagine what my future would be like and think about realistic conditions I might experience after graduation in my work as Chemical Engineer. Piyush Limbani is my cousin and is a Chemical Engineer working in his discourse community for over 3 years now. Piyush has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and is now in charge of designing and…

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  • Discipline Investigation Essay

    is a study to convince students to either follow what they choose or change their career. Before doing this assignment, I expected chemical engineering is a tough profession in the industry but I found out the academic courses were challenging in terms of classes, high-grade point average, and high level of communication skills. Therefore, I am looking forward hearing from an expert how to be intelligent in an own career field. Chemical engineering is a branch of physical sciences (physics…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career In Chemical Engineering

    Chemical Engineering From all of the engineering fields, I decided to pursue a chemical engineering degree because of its ample area of study. Chemical engineers not only work evaluating and optimizing chemical processes, but also they must analyze production costs and develop reports according to the data they obtain (“Occupation”). As soon as I finished high school, I was interested in studying Chemistry; I wanted to research and experiment. Then, it was when I learned about the engineering…

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  • Men Growing Minority

    According to the article, “Tech jobs: Minorities have degrees, but don 't get hired”, the author says, “4.5% of all new recipients of bachelor 's degrees in computer science or computer engineering from prestigious research universities were African American, and 6.5% were Hispanic, according to data from the Computing Research Association” (Elizabeth Weise and Jessica Guynn), so the data shows that last year only 4.5% of the African-American pursue a bachelor’s degree and therefore got a job in…

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  • Informative Essay: A Career As A Computer Engineer

    of course, computer engineers. These people are just like a normal person, with a special set of skills that allows them to handle computer problems of all varieties. Electrical knowledge combines with programming ability to create the type of person you would hire if you…

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  • Statement Of Purpose In Electrical, Computer And Energy Engineering

    with specialized knowledge to invent and enhance technology for this ever changing world. I am confident that a PhD degree from the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder will serve as a link between the potential and this career goal of mine. My passion to study engineering grew when I got GPA 5 out of 5 in the Secondary School Certificate examination being the only student to achieve a talent pool scholarship from my school that year.…

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  • Analysis Of Susan Page's Divided We Now Stand

    What do people think about when they hear the word politics? To further that, what do they think of when they hear the term polarization? Congress is in a constant battle between parties, and this, in turn, keeps us in an almost constant state of gridlock. Susan Page, Jim Douglas, Brian Resnick, and Norman Ornstein have all written articles explaining political polarization, civil discourse, or the solutions to these problems. In Susan Page’s article “Divided We Now Stand,” she mainly focuses on…

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  • Competitive Federalism Essay

    Prompt: Construct and develop your commentary using the assigned reading provided to you on authored by Dr. Michael Greve. “The AEI Federalism Project” is a program established by the American Enterprise Institute to provide a forum for the discussion of American Federalism. Your work should be an original interpretation of the content of the article and will address and answer the following: Develop an explanation for the principle of federalism, Address the concept of competitive federalism,…

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  • American Education Policy Analysis

    Conversely, we are near the bottom in one specific classification that can lead to the demise of a country that is thought to be flowing with amber waves of grain and plotted with purple mountains as it was put by Katharine Lee Bates in 1913. According to the Brookings Institute, in a report completed by Ron Haskins, Richard Merman, and Isabel Sawhill, from October 2012, the literacy rates of students in the United States are far lower than any other industrialized country in the world. The…

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