Steve Cihlar with McDermott/CB&I is hosting an information session on February 19th at 6:00 PM at the Illini Union, room 405. Following is the description:
Signup for a Speaking Competition at http://forms.illinois.edu/sec/747008 (students must include a narrative and a short video) - deadline to register is 2/20 @11:59PM (the flier has a typo)
Signup for our Workshop at http://go.illinois.edu/SignupW (deadline to register is 2/24 @11:59PM).
The Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations will be hosting the Women’s Career Institute on Saturday, February 23rd at the Levis Faculty Center. The agenda is listed below, and more details can be found at the following link:
Agenda for the Day:
The MS Financial Engineering Program (MSFE) will be hosting TWO information session on Tuesday, February 19th.
11:30AM at Noyes 217 RSVP - https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/6054069 4:00PM at David Kinley Hall 108 RSVP - https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/6873657
The Center for Autonomy is hosting Brandon Basso from Uber for a talk from 4-5pm on February 20th. There will be a reception afterwards for students to network with all the Uber people who come!
During the day, there will be a technical talk from 11-12pm if that’s of interest too.
Illinois Engineering is looking for student volunteers who enjoy introducing young people to science and engineering.
Help to facilitate a family STEM night activity (prosthetics, slime, mining chocolate chips, and more) at a Danville elementary school on Tuesday, February 12. We’ll leave from Engineering Hall at 3pm, participate in the STEM fair from 4:30-6:30pm, and stop for dinner on the way home. Transportation and dinner is complimentary.
See the following site for IPENG's most recent newsletter: https://emails.illinois.edu/newsletter/206847.html
If you are still evaluating your options for graduate school or you are considering a career in industry, we invite you to join us for an Online Information Session about Illinois Engineering's Professional Master's Programs on Wednesday, February 13, at 12 CT.
The Master of Science in Law (MSL) is a unique program that provides individuals with STEM backgrounds with specialized training in the areas of intellectual property and patent design, business law and entrepreneurship, regulatory analysis and strategy, and skills development. Students can complete the full-time program in nine months, or the part time program (via either the residential or online format) in two to four years.
We are hosting a special webinar tailored for advisors to learn more about the program. We hope you can attend!
Please see the following message from Dean Makela regarding the Global Grand Challenges Summit:
Dear Illinois Engineer:
Please see the information below regarding the fourth Global Grand Challenges Summit, jointly organized by the National Academy of Engineering, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and the Royal Academy of Engineering. Consider forming a team to tackle one of the two subthemes related to UN Sustainable Development Goals. Teams can directly apply using the link in the email below.