Ailene G. Phillips, a Reaction Systems Engineer at Union Carbide's Technical Center in South Charleston, West Virginia, graduated in 1982 from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering. She is presently involved in the commercialization of reaction processes through specific projects ranging from operability and emissions control to development of emergency relief design methods for runaway reactions. Her past experience includes two years as a Production Engineer in Union Carbide's South Charleston Plant and one year as a full-time graduate student at Louisiana State University. She is an E.I.T in the State of West Virginia and is presently working part-time toward completion of a Masters in Chemical Engineering.
Looking back and wishing
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Copyright © 1987 American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Volume 6, Issue 3, pages 127–128, July 1987
How to Cite
Phillips, A. G. (1987), Looking back and wishing. Plant/Oper. Prog., 6: 127–128. doi: 10.1002/prsb.720060306
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Most chemical engineers discover soon after they enter the workplace that their preparation is lacking in one or more areas. They find themselves looking back and wishing that their education had been more complete. This article provides feedback to help students and faculty minimize the gaps in the chemical engineer's education.