Graduate Blog

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February 12, 2018

Friday, February 16, 2018


Yeh Center 1st Floor, Newmark

All CEE students, faculty & staff are invited to join us for a snack – dumplings and spring rolls* – to mark the start of Lunar New Year celebrations, also known as Spring Festival, in China.  Co-hosted by CEE International Programs, CEE students, and Civil China student group.

*meat and vegetarian options

February 12, 2018

2nd Annual Professional Development Fair for Graduate Students

Friday, February 16, noon - 2 p.m., Illini Union, rooms B & C

Learn about services and resources designed to help you succeed during your time as a graduate student. View a list of participating offices on our web site.

Need a new professional headshot? We've got you covered. Stop by anytime during the fair to have your headshot taken and receive a digital web resolution proof for free. Sponsored by the Graduate College.



February 7, 2018

invites applications for the position of:
Project Manager

Please see attached


February 7, 2018

Students that will be completing all requirements of their degree for May graduation must put their name on the May degree list using Web Self-Service by April 1. Please note if your name was on a prior list and you did not finish, you need to put your name on the degree list again.

February 7, 2018

The attached flier announces the 2018 Asian-Pacific-Euro Summer School (APESS) on Smart Structures Technology (APESS’18), which will be held in Qingdao and Harbin, China from July 16th to August 5th, 2018.  The summer school is organized by the Harbin Institute of Technology and Qingdao University of Technology under auspices of the Asian-Pacific Network of Centers for Research in Smart Structures Technology (ANCRiSST). Participants of the APESS will attend three-weeks of lectures given by experts in civil engineering, structural dynamics and control, smart structures technology, and structural health monitoring. They will also participate in technical visits and laboratory projects, where they will learn about the fundamental and practical use of sensing technologies for infrastructure monitoring and control.  The program will include a laboratory activities and a capstone competition, allowing students to reinforce the knowledge gained during the summer school.   Additionally, many exciting cultural activities around Qingdao and Harbin are available.

For more information, see:  or email: