Wilfred F. & Ruth Davison Langelier Scholarships in Sanitary/Environmental Engineering will be made available to undergraduate students majoring in Civil Engineering and/or whose main field of study is Sanitary/Environmental Engineering, principally concerned with the area of water and waste water treatment and environmental water quality management and control. For more information about the scholarship please read the attachment. To apply online go to: https://secure.uaps.uillinois.edu/langelier/default.aspx
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HNTB is hosting their annual student office visit, students will visit the office, learn about what the company does, and meet office leaders. This year’s visit is scheduled for Friday, January 6, 2017. If you would like to participate in this event please register: RSVP Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FZR8CYD
For questions about this opportunity please contact: Paul Papazisi – email@example.com
COWI North America is a leading bridge, tunnel and marine engineering consulting group built on over 80 years of international experience. They provide their clients with innovative and sustainable solutions to the most complex engineering challenges worldwide from their 13 offices across North America. At any given time, COWI's 6,200 person strong global organization is involved in more than 17,000 projects across 124 countries. Their civil, structural and geotechnical engineering specialists are internationally renowned for their work on some of the world's most prestigious and challenging bridge, tunnel and marine projects. Their projects always aim to incorporate innovative solutions and push the boundaries of what is technically possible, such as designing the world’s deepest and longest subsea tunnel, engineering the world's longest lateral bridge slide, and creating resiliency by preparing our waterfronts and communities for ongoing climate change. COWI North America unites the former engineering specialist companies Buckland & Taylor, Jenny Engineering Corporation, Ben C. Gerwick and Ocean and Coastal Consultants.
They are seeking a Junior Bridge Engineer to join their team in Seattle, WA. More information can be found in the job posting at https://career012.successfactors.eu/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&com...
The BS degree in Innovation, Leadership and Engineering Entrepreneurship (BS ILEE) program is intended for engineering students (including Chemical Engineering) to better understand the innovative processes involved in identifying complex technical problems and creating, developing, and leading efforts to provide for their engineering solutions. A unique aspect of this degree is the inclusion of project-based experiential credits, whereby students must earn four and no greater than 16 credit hours of experiential learning. This is credit that is approved, supervised, and coordinated by an Illinois faculty member. At this time, the BS degree in ILEE is only available as a dual degree for COE students. While engineering students are able to solve problems, the ILEE Degree will provide students with the skill sets necessary to find problems worth solving. http://tec.illinois.edu/academics/degree
AECOM has a job opening posted for a Transportation Engineer. Although the requisition on their website states a minimum of 2 years of experience is necessary, they are encouraging students and recent graduates to apply to the position.
More information about the job can be found here: http://aecom.jobs/ and searching for Job Number 145122BR.