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CHEM 102, 104, and 232 will all be available online for the Summer II session for any students who still need to take them. Please see the attached flyer for full details.
Undergraduate Research Week 2017 is almost upon us (April 23-29; with a few early birds beginning this week), and its bigger than ever! URW showcases the best of undergraduate research and creative inquiry at the U of I. Campus events include workshops on getting started in research, special exhibits, and colloquia sponsored by individual departments, programs, and units, highlighting the best of our students’ work. The Undergraduate Research Symposium, URW’s day-long signature event, will see hundreds of students from all academic disciplines share their research through oral panels, poster presentations, and performances. A highlight of the Symposium is our special lunch time session, with 4 of our best and brightest demonstrating the range of research that occurs at Illinois, from the scarcity of African-Americans in STEM fields to the future of renewable energy. We invite you to come be inspired!
ENG 298, GPO : Road Map to Grad School
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.
Fall 2017-Wednesdays 11-11:50am (1st 8 week session)
Professor Hajialue-Bonab from the University of Tabriz-Iran will be delivering a lecture on "Cost-Effective Physical Moderling of Geotechnical Systems using Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)" on Thursday April 20, 2017 from 1-2pm in 1233-Newmark.
Please see the attached flyer for full details!