WINTER session information for this upcoming Winter term:


Delta Airport Consultants, Inc. is actively seeking entry-level civil engineering graduates in their Charlotte office, particularly students interested in transportation, water resources, land development, construction, and of course airports.


Please see the attached flyer for details on ASCE's FE Review program. You can register for the Review sessions using the following link:

Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/GH7MODC6ZP3AeWB03


Faculty Advisors have been assigned for all undergrad students in the CEE department. Your faculty advisor should be visible in Enterprise self-service as well as in the attached spreadsheet (sorted by last name of student). Faculty advisors are an excellent resource for you, particularly for discussing career and post-graduation plans. We strongly encourage you to reach out to your faculty advisors at any time.


Grainger Engineering Library is hosting an Informed Engineer Library Workshop next week pertaining to research strategies and evaluating sources of information.  Details are included below, as well as in the attached flyer.

Evaluating Different Information Sources

Join us for our second workshop of the semester and learn about evaluating different information sources in order to determine their value and relevance to your research/assignments.


Monday 9/24 at 5pm


Thursday 9/27 at 1pm


Now in its fourth year of collaboration, the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and the Graduate College offer undergraduate students with little or no research experience the opportunity to assist advanced graduate students (those who have completed all coursework requirements and are in the dissertation research stage) with their research projects. Through a one-on-one research experience with their graduate student mentor, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn what it means to do research, create knowledge, and produce scholarship.

LEED Green Associate (GA) Training

When: September 26th 2018 – 6:00PM to 10:00 PM

Where: University of Illinois – Engineering Hall – Room 106B6

Registration: https://leadinggreen.com/Illinois



Wednesday, September 26th
& Thursday, September 27th




Wednesday, September 26th
& Thursday, September 27th

No Need to Register

Bring your ICard, resumes and your elevator pitch
9:30am-3:30pm each day-Newmark Lab Crane Bay
Lunch Included!

To view participating companies, click HERE

To look your best, make a professional name badge!
stop by the
Newmark Lab-Crane Bay
(south-west corner of Crane Bay by spiral-stairs)

Re:Search, the Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal here at the University of Illinois has announced their call for proposals for the Spring 2019 issue!  Students from all majors and disciplines are encouraged to submit a proposal, provided that the work engages in critical analysis of a form of text or media, such as novels, movies, TV shows, video games, graphic novels, etc.  Papers accepted will be published in both the print and online versions of the journal, which is searchable on Google Scholar.