On October 30, 2017, Dr. Sheena M. Reeves, an assistant professor in the CHEG department, was recognized as one of the 35 under 35 for the American Institute of Chemical Engineering. The award was created to acknowledge the successes of some of AIChE’s youngest members, all under the age of 35, and to promote the achievements of this generation of chemical engineers who are changing the face of the profession. The winners exemplify the best our profession has to offer and represent the full breadth of early ChE career paths. Each award winner was selected for their achievements in one of seven categories: bioengineering, chemicals, education, energy, innovation, leadership, and safety. Dr. Reeves received the award in the Education category. She is the primary advisor for the chemical engineering honor society Omega Chi Epsilon and serves in several leadership roles in local and national AIChE chapters. In addition to receiving an award, Reeves was also featured in social media posts and in an issue of Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP) magazine.