Graduate Blog

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October 17, 2017

The Chicago Committee on High Rise Buildings is proud to support higher education through this scholarship program. We’re hopeful that you will share this opportunity to those students that you think will benefit from this opportunity. This year, like in years past, the scholarship is for $5000.00 and is open to those students with a drive and passion for high-rise buildings and are pursuing a degree in architecture, engineering, or similar field. The attached document provides information on eligibility and application requirements. Further, the information may also be found on our website www.cchrb.org or by following the link below.

http://www.cchrb.org/scholarship.html.

October 17, 2017

PhD Final Defense – Ian M. Bradley

Community structure and function of mixed microalgal communities for nutrient recovery and the selection of lipid and carbohydrate accumulators for enhanced feedstock production in wastewater treatment

Advisor: Jeremy S. Guest

Date: Monday October 30th, 9:00 AM

Location: Newmark Civil Engineering Laboratory 2310

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October 16, 2017

Here is the info from the "Meet with the DGS" session for grad students on Oct 16, given by Professor Jeff Roesler.

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October 16, 2017

Seminar Offered in Spring 2018

LA 587 Graduate Seminar – Environmental Ethics for Designers

Instructor: Katherine Kraszewski (ktk@illinois.edu)

Meets: Mon-Wed 2-3:30pm; Temple Buell Hall room 325

Environmental ethics address the current Zeitgeist of resilient design and how it pushed the role of the ‘ethical designer’ into a vanguard of professional practice. 

A deeper understanding of this topic and its implications is fundamental for students pursuing a career in environmental design, urban planning, engineering, policy making, or any profession that involves and implicates the world’s natural resources. 

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October 12, 2017

Ten faculty members from the College of Engineering share their practical teaching strategies and innovations. Please see attached.

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