Engineering International & Domestic Student “Meet and Greet”

Meet Engineering international and domestic students, faculty, and staff!  Stop by between classes for snacks and refreshments.  Expand your network, and meet new friends!  Learn about Engineering and campus-wide resource!  

-Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 (Food RSVP Deadline: Nov. 13)

-Time: 12:30-2:00pm

-Location: 212 Engineering Hall

-Sponsored by: Engineering International Student Programs (EISP)

-Register here

If you're interested in applying your engineering skills to development work overseas, consider joining the Peace Corps as an Environment Volunteer after graduation. The Peace Corps is looking for U.S. citizens with four-year degrees in civil engineering and environmental engineering to fill positions in water sanitation and hygiene. Seniors graduating in May are strongly recommended to apply before Jan. 1.

The Dixon, IL office of Willett, Hoffman & Associates, Inc. is seeking an entry level engineer to work in their Transportation Department under the supervision of an Illinois Licensed Professional Engineer. Please see the attached flyer for more information.


PhD Final Defense – Elyas Goli
Manufacturing of Thermosetting Polymers and Composites Using Frontal Polymerization: a Numerical Study
Advisor: Professor Philippe H. Geubelle
Date: Monday November 25th, 3 pm
Location: Beckman Institute Room 2269 (Tower Room)


Students who are composing personal statements and statements of purpose for grad school or other applications are encouraged to attend a Writers Workshop next Tuesday, Nov. 12, from 12-1pm in Gregory Hall, room 311.


We don't require advance registration. Students can find more information about the event on our calendar, as well as personal statement resources on our website.


Please see the attached flyer for information on a new special topic course being offered by Prof. Lehe in Spring 2020 - Transportation Economics


Mark your calendars as we look forward to celebrating International Week 2019 (November 10-16) at Illinois! This campus-wide initiative is comprised of numerous educational, cultural, and recreational events that celebrate the broad impact of international education and cultural exchange uniquely experienced on campus and within our local community. View upcoming events here!

The Association of Modified Asphalt Producers is now accepting student applications for AMAP's 2020 Dr. David R. Jones IV Asphalt Scholarship.

Four Dr. David R. Jones IV annual scholarships will be awarded in 2020:

Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is currently hiring entry level Civil Engineers. Below are links to opportunities that are available at IDOT.





We are seeking your help in reaching undergraduates who may be interested in the Community-Academic Scholars Initiative. During this 10-week summer program, selected undergraduate students will collaborate with faculty and community organizations on projects that are designed to benefit the community. In addition to faculty and community mentorship, scholars will receive guidance and support from program leaders and invited speakers during weekly coffee hours.