blog posts Information about T&M minor Oct 26, 2012 5:45 pm24 views See attached file for information concerning the Technology and Management minor. LINC service-learning opportunities for SP13 Oct 31, 2012 1:15 pm13 views There are service-learning opportunities in ENG 315, LINC-Learning in Community for Sp13. Students in previous semesters have enjoyed the hands-on, real projects working with and for community partners around the world. All students – any major, any level – may enroll. There are several new partners and projects with 17 sections meeting at various times: http://linc.illinois.edu. For graduate and advanced undergraduate students, Project Management opportunities are available: http://linc.illinois.edu/information-project-managers. For additional information view the introductory video. "What is LINC?" which is posted at http://youtu.be/f7s3aniu_40, XSEDE Scholars Program Mar 5, 2013 12:30 pm32 views Application Deadline: April 1, 2013 Conference Dates: July 22 - 25, 2013 Underrepresented minority undergraduate or graduate students, studying at research institutions, who are interested in the computational sciences, are especially encouraged to apply. The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Scholars Program is a year long program for U.S. students from underrepresented groups in computational sciences. The program provides opportunities to learn more about high performance computing and XSEDE resources, network with cutting-edge researchers and leaders, and belong to a cohort of student peers to establish a community of academic leaders. Please read more for further information. FSG Schedule Feb 10, 2014 2:30 pm10 views FSG Schedule for Spring 2014 Scheduled to begin week of 2/10/2014 Math 231 – Mondays 9-10:30 PM, Room 403 Grainger and Thursdays 7:30-9:00 PM, Room 403 Grainger Math 241 – Mondays 9-10:30 PM, Room 401 Grainger and Tuesdays 9-10:30 PM, Room 401 Grainger Physics 211 – Tuesdays 6-7:30 PM, Room 403 Grainger and Wednesdays 6-7:30 PM, Room 101 Engineering Hall. Contact Andrea Wynn with questions at email@example.com NPRE 498-Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Bedrock Feb 27, 2014 4:15 pm51 views Enroll in NPRE 498 - Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Bedrock (crn59909) - Spring 2014 Compare U.S. and Swedish Approaches to Management of Nuclear Reactor Fuel Discharges March 17 - May 7, 2014: Attend five meeting hours at UIUC June 8-21, 2014: Conduct field work and attend lectures in Stockholm, Sweden. Travel to Sweden is required for participation in this course. 4 UIUC Credit Hours Students registered in the course will be required to submit an application to International Programs in Engineering at www.studyabroad.illinois.edu to attend the study abroad component. APPLY NOW! Application Deadline March 7, 2014 at www.engineering.illinois.edu/studyabroad Questions?? Stop by our office in 210 Engineering Hall or contact Professor Cliff Singer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Professor Tomasz Kozlowski (email@example.com) Engineering Learning Assistant (ELA) Positions Open Oct 28, 2015 3:45 pm103 views Create an impactful first-year experience through intentional instruction, mentorship, and advocacy. Become an IEFX ELA. Apply today! The Hoeft Technology & Management Program Info Sessions Nov 15, 2016 5:00 pm10 views The Hoeft Technology & Management Program Info Sessions The Hoeft Technology & Management (T&M) Program bridges the gap between traditional engineering and business education by offering a unique curriculum to a select group of highly qualified business and engineering undergraduates. The T&M Program is a joint venture between the College of Business and the College of Engineering and works closely with its corporate affiliate partners to groom the best and the brightest students to be tomorrow's leaders. Tuesday, Nov. 15th, 5-6 p.m., 1320 DCL Wednesday, Nov. 16th, 5-6 p.m., 2043 BIF Who? Business and engineering majors planning to graduate any time from May 2019 to December 2020 Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Interested students are encouraged to “like” the T&M page on Facebook. Undergrad Research Lab Safety Course Feb 7, 2017 1:00 pm9 views Are you getting ready to do research? Here is a class for you to learn about the variety of hazards that you may encounter in a research lab environment. This is an opportunity for you, as an undergrad, to have a basic understanding of lab safety. It is offered int he first 8 weeks and the seoncd 8 weeks of each semester. ENG 198 FAS: UNDERGRAD RESEARCH LAB SAFETYMarch 13 - May 3, 2017(CRN 64748) Course Requirements - Homework (online training, videos, and readings)- Quizzes- Attendance Visit the ADD-DROP PORTAL now for instructions on how to add this class to your schedule for the 2nd 8 weeks of spring 2017! ENG 199 EM: Engineering the Mind Mar 7, 2017 1:15 pm138 views New 2nd-half, 8-wk course for 1 credit for Spring 2017! Meets once a week on Tuesdays from 3:30-5pm. This course explores topics like optical illusions, magic tricks, and how the brain can be fooled. The purpose of the course is to show you a whole new world and leverage our understanding of the brain to improve how you learn. Currently, this course is open only to first- and second-year engineering students, but the restric tions will soon be opened up for more students. For more information, you may contact DS Choi at email@example.com. Here is the link to the course explorer: https://courses.illinois.edu/schedule/2017/spring/ENG/199 INFO 490 Makerspace Studio Classes Mar 20, 2017 2:00 pm134 views Markerspace Studio Classes at the CU Fab Lab Explore your creative side in one of these hands-on Makerspace Studio Classes. Learn to use digital fabrication tools like: electronic cutters, laser cutters, small electronics, digital embroidery machines, and 3D printers. Curiousity and playfulness encouraged. Artistic talent not required! Digital Fabrication Rapid Prototyping: Section A includes an emphasis on iteration and self-directed learning through making. Students will complete and present an independent project at the end of the course that combines multiple tool areas. INFO 490: MAKERSPACESection A: Iterative ProjectCRN 65245FALL 2017 Makerspaces in Schools, Libraries, & Museums: Section B includes an emphasis on community engagement in makerspaces. Students in this section will evaluate makerspace curricula for classrooms, libraries, and museums and will have the opportunity to conduct a workshop with our community partners. INFO 490: MAKERSPACESection B: Community EngagementCRN 68131FALL 2017 College of Engineering Courses for Undergrad Researchers - Fall 2017 Apr 18, 2017 12:00 pm9 views ENG 198 FAS: UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH LAB SAFETY1-credit hour214 Ceramics BuildingMeets October 23 to December 13TR, 12:30-1:45PM Essentials of safe laboratory practice. Topics include chemical, electrical, biological and radiation safety, waste disposal and fire hazards. Lecture and demonstration format. Essential for students who will perform undergraduate research in a laboratory. Restricted to students in the Engineering College. Physics, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Agrkcultural & Biological Enginerring and Chamistry: contact instructor for override. ENG 199 UGR: UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR1-credit hour106B3 Engineering HallWednesdays, 12:00-12:50PM This course will introduce undergraduate students to how engineers and scientists approach research, communicate their ideas and results, and are trained. The course will spotlight some of the engineering research currently on campus (monthly luncheons) and provide some background preparation for students interested in taking part in research as an undergraduate. This course is open to all undergraduates in science, technology, engineering, and math. It is designed to complement your research experience! ENG 298 GPO: ROAD MAP TO GRAD SCHOOL1-credit hourMeets August 28 to October 20Wednesdays, 11:00-11:50AM This course will introduce undergraduate students to advanced degrees and how to best prepare for the application process. The course will provide opportunities to explore graduate programs, develop application materials, and understanding funding mechanisms. Intended for juniors and advanced sophomores. Restricted to undergraduate engineering students. Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP @ UI) Oct 6, 2017 10:45 pm89 views Now in its third year of collaboration, the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and the Graduate College offer the opportunity for first and second-year undergraduate students (including transfer students) to assist advanced graduate students (those who have completed all coursework requirements and are in the dissertation research stage) with their research projects. Through a one-on-one research experience with their graduate student mentor, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn what it means to do research, create knowledge, and produce scholarship. Undergraduate students will begin work with their mentors in Spring 2018. Undergraduate researchers will be given course credit (3 credit hours). Undergraduate students will attend regular weekly class meetings with OUR and Grad College instructors, as well as work one-on-one with their graduate mentors. Students will also complete a final project, consisting of a research poster, to be presented during “Undergraduate Research Week” sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR). If you have any questions about the application process, the office will be holding informational meetings on Friday October 13 and Wednesday October 18, from 3-3:50pm in Bevier Hall Room 166. Get tips on creating a good statement of interest, why you should participate, and get your questions answered. For more information and to apply, please see the post on website: https://uofi.illinois.edu/blog/view/6204/560664 Deadline for applications is Monday, October 30. Questions may be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “URAP” in the subject line. JOUR460: NASA Space Grant Spring 2018 Oct 30, 2017 6:30 pm5 views The Little Satellite That Could JOUR460: NASA Space Grant Spring 2018 In this class you'll use your skill s in interactive web visualization, gaming, digital storytelling and multimedia design and production to tell the true tale of something awesome - a remarkable little satellite, born in an aeronautical engineering lab here on campus and scheduled to be blasted into space in the fall of 2018. The little satellite - about the size of a kitchen blunder - will spend a year doing NASA funded research, reliably following orders beamed from Illinois' mission control center. Then, slowly, a decaying orbit and the friction of earth's atmosphere will conspire to burn the little satellite to a cinder, terminating it and its mission. All that's left will be the science. And the true tale you tell. Instructor: Charles "Stretch" Ledford. email@example.com Meetings: Tuesdays, 9am-1150am, 13 Gregory Hall Credit: 3 hours. CRN: 65638 More info: http://bit.ly/uiucNasa Hip Hop Entrepreneurship Course Nov 30, 2017 5:30 pm67 views Hip Hop Entrepreneurship Course Register for TE398/AFRO398 ISR Room 2B Instructor Dr. William Patterson Explore the relationship between urban America, technology, engineering, social entrepeneurship, and the developement of existing industries. Learn hoe to redevelop existing urban spaces and envision new milennial spaces. Explore fundraising, incubating, marketing, business plan developement, and more. tec.illinois.edu Puerto Rico: Disaster Relief Project Info Session Nov 30, 2017 6:00 pm15 views Date: 12/1 Time: 12pm Location: 4101 MSEB Free Pizza! Course information: CRN: 68117 Rubric: ABE 498 Section: DRP Credits: 3 hours T/Th 5-6:15 Title: Disaster Relief Projects: Hurricane Maria Course Explorer Web Address: https://courses.illinois.edu/schedule/2018/spring/ABE/498 This course is a faculty led study tour to Puerto Rico designed to develop a pathway towards sustainable responses for disaster relief efforts. Students will investigate background cultural, political, and social factors that preceded recent events within Puerto Rico and will influence sustainability and viability of solutions. Students will be trained in the assessment of the viability of potential technological solutions responding to current challenges for the local societies after the disaster. Students will be trained in the safety issues associated with entering potentially dangerous areas. Students will work with local communities, aid organizations, and peer institutions in development of sustainable responses to recent events in Puerto Rico. Students will document their visit and their assessments providing a prioritized action plan for future sustainable development. Travel will occur to Puerto Rico during Spring Break, departures on Saturday March 17, and a return on March 25, 2018. Course Fee: there will be a fee associated with this course in the amount of TBD, which covers the cost of round trip airfare, ground transportation, lodging, and in-country programming. Scholarships are available. Students should contact their college study abroad office for more information about scholarships. Restricted: Instructor Approval Notes: Although this course is registered for a full semester course, it is scheduled to meet from February 19 through April 13. AISES - Scholarship Application Webinar Feb 13, 2018 3:00 pm3 views Get Your Scholarship Application Noticed - A Webinar Presented by Chevron March 1, 2018 at 4:00pm More info | Register 10-Week Summer Program Nov 8, 2019 10:45 am10 views Community-Academic Scholars InitiativeFor undergraduates from any discipline interested in addressing critical issues in the areas of health equity, brain health, and poverty or social inequality. Deadline: February 1, 2020 ABE 452 - Engineering for Disaster Resilience in Puerto Rico Apr 28, 2021 2:45 pm67 views ABE 452 - Engineering for Disaster Resilience Link to flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11kMhFX6HG5xNRIzJBx64ZBocyt6QeVSu/view?usp=sharing For more information visit: https://drrhecnifa.web.illinois.edu/wp/ For questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org - This course is designed to engage students in the development of pathways towards designs for sustainable and resilient food, energy, and water provision for disaster-prone regions. - We work with communities in Puerto Rico, on real world problems, and seek to develop relationships with other stakeholders around Puerto Rico. - Students will review social factors that provide context for specific regions, while quantifying potential engineering resilience provided to communities. - Students will directly work with local communities, aid organizations, and peer institutions in the identification and implementation of sustainable and resilient responses.