The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) promotes the professional development of its members through programs and its relations with other AIChE chapters.
AIChE aims to contribute to the development of chemical engineering at WMU through activities involving the faculty and students.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Peter Parker||Student President: Anthony Boyle|
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|Phone: 269-276-3519||Phone: 269-352-8689|
The Graphic Arts Society is primarily comprised of students majoring and minoring in Imaging (soon to be called Graphic and Printing Sciences), which is part of the College of Engineering and Applied Science's Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Imaging. The College of Engineering moved to its new, state-of-the-art Parkview Campus in the Fall of 2003.
The Graphic Arts Society has four primary purposes: providing a way for students to interact and network with alumni and other industry professionals, to be involved in various community service projects in the Kalamazoo community, providing social oppertunites among it's members, and providing a printing service to local companies and registered student organizations on Western Michigan University's campus.
From bowling nights and 21+ events to our annual overnight trip to a printing/publishing industry facility to getting hands-on experience with customers and a work enviroment, there is always an opportunity at a member of the Graphic Arts Society
|Faculty Advisor: Mr. Larry Ahleman||Student President: Anna Graham|
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|Phone: 269-276-3506||Phone: 847-533-8675|
The Technical Association of Graphic Arts (TAGA) mission is to provide a worldwide forum for sharing and disseminating theoretical, functional and practical information on current and emerging technologies for graphic arts print production and related processes. TAGA has an extensive library of technical papers and abstracts for the advancement of the printing industry.
There are currently 15 active student chapters around the world. Each year these chapters come together at the TAGA annual conference to present their student journal and publication for the year. Each chapter competes for different awards including, the Helmut Kipphan grand prize for best student publication. There are also numerous other awards for graphic design, technical writing as well as individual awards for the best undergraduate and graduate technical papers.
|Faculty Advisor: Dr. Alexandra Pekarovicova||Student President: Heather Pelkey|
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T'sai Lun aims to create an environment for engineers to enhance knowledge and experience in the paper industry. The objective is to promote education in the science and engineering of pulp and paper manufacture, and to encourage the professional development of the students preparing for careers in the pulp and paper industry. T'sai Lun is open to all engineering majors and participate in volunteer activities in the community.
|Faculty Advisor: Nikki Perk||Student President: Andrew Loveland|
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|Phone: 269-276-3110||Phone: 207-240-9088|