A Ph.D. scholarship on Road and Traffic is available at Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

This scholarship is reserved for students who got/are getting the master from outside Italy.

For more information, please contact

Prof. Francesca Dezi

+39 338 21 89 772

This summer, the Graduate College Career Development Office will hold workshops on a range of topics, all specifically addressing the needs of graduate students at Illinois. The Summer 2018 workshop series includes:

Faculty Job Search Retreat Talking About Your Research Strategies for Managing Difficult Projects Explaining Your Graduate-Level Experience in Resumes & Cover Letters Nonacademic Interview Strategies for Grad Students Staying Organized during a Job Search as a Busy Grad Student Career Exploration Group

See the full schedule and learn more online.

The USGS Central Midwest Water Science Center (serving Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri) is seeking associate, undergraduate, and graduate level students working towards a degree in engineering and other related majors for an internship opportunity to gain practical experience in hydrology.  Additional details, including application procedures, can be found in the attached announcement. 



PhD Final Defense – Matthew Czapiga

Improvements to Geometric Morphodynamic Models of River Deltas

Advisor: Professor Gary Parker

Date: Tuesday May 29th, 9:00 am

Location: 1518 Hydrosystems Lab


Postdoctoral Research Associate Positions at UIUC

Harrison Kim (PI) Research Group

Design for Sustainability Project

Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)

Good afternoon, Illinois CEE graduate students – on behalf of CEE Associate Head Professor Jim LaFave, I am writing to you about an opportunity for some of you to get involved in an important upcoming activity here in the department.

Dear Colleagues,

Please join us for the GraMS Seminar on May 9th, 2018. We will have the honor to hear from one of our esteemed Nobel Prize winners on campus, Sir Anthony Leggett. He will talk about his career path and life lessons. The speaker information is in the flyer attached.

Seminar Details:

Date: Wednesday 5/9/2018

Time: 1 - 2pm

Location: 190 Engineering Science Building

Guest Speaker: Sir Anthony J. Leggett, 2003 Nobel Prize Winner - Professor of Physics, UIUC



The Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program at Illinois (URAP@Illinois) offers the opportunity for advanced graduate students to gain valuable dissertation research assistance and a hands-on mentoring experience guiding and directing an undergraduate apprentice. The Graduate College and the Office of Undergraduate Research are now accepting applications from prospective graduate student mentors.

PhD Final Defense – Yi (Victor) Wang
Predicting Earthquake Casualty Rates Accounting for Community Vulnerability
Advisor: Professor Paolo Gardoni
Co-advisor: Professor Colleen Murphy
Date: Thursday May 24th, 1:30 pm
Location: Room 2311, Newmark Civil Engineering Building