The Aerospace Engineering department has a Laboratory Operation Manager position posted on the UI job board. Please see attached info.


Flow Science Inc., where we develop the software FLOW-3D, has a job opening in their solver group and are looking for folks with experience in water and environmental modeling. The job posting is here -

Anup Gokarn, Ph.D.
Research & Development Manager
Flow Science
683 Harkle Rd. | Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 982-0088


AB-InBev is looking for interns with an environmental engineering background. Applicants can apply through Handshake <> with position #2327803 Data Science Intern - Spring 2019 


Dissertation Travel Grants provide reimbursement to subsidize travel and associated costs necessary for doctoral dissertation research, whether for exploring a potential dissertation topic (i.e., before extensive research has been done) or for conducting dissertation research. Approximately 12 grants at amounts up to $5,000 will be awarded given sufficient funding. An awardee's nominating department must commit to contributing 12% of the cost of the grant.

Please submit all materials to Joan Christian in 1108 Newmark by 3/7/2019.

Who we are & what we do

Illinois Business Consulting is the nation’s largest professionally-managed, student-run consulting firm. We are passionate about developing our consultants into leaders prepared to succeed in a variety of fields.

With more than 250 members, IBC undertakes real projects for real clients and provides technical development, a global alumni network, strong corporate relations, and many other opportunities. 

We want graduate students

PhD Final Defense – Liqun Lu

Analysis and Operations in Complex Networked Systems:

from Urban Infrastructure to Epidemics

Advisor: Professor Yanfeng Ouyang

Date: Wednesday January 30, 2pm

Location: NCEB Quade Conference Room


The Engineering Career Fair is back! Hosted jointly by Engineering Career Services and Engineering Council's EXPO committee, the 2019 spring fair is hosted from 1-6 PM at the ARC on January 30 and 31. As the largest student-run career fair in the nation, it would never be a success without the help of hundreds of student volunteers. Saying that, we need your help!  Volunteers are able to connect with recruiters before, during, and after the fair, often without standing in lines for booths.

If you are a postdoc or a Ph.D. student in your last year and is interested in getting better prepared for an academic job search and career in academia, please consider applying for the Advancing Careers in Academics with Diversity Education and Mentorship in Engineering (ACADEME). This workshop is an NSF sponsored workshop. Selected participants will receive free travel support to attend the workshop and a stipend.

More information about the application requirements, the content of the workshop and deadlines for application can be found in the attached flyer.

PhD Final Defense – Kensuke Naito
How do sand-bed meandering rivers co-construct their own bankfull discharge and bankfull channel geometry? Analytical and numerical study
Advisor: Professor Gary Parker
Date: Monday, January 28th, 1:00 pm
Location: Grainger Library Room 329


For a full list of ECS events click here, and encourage students to visit Handshake @ Illinois.  

Spring 2019 Engineering Career Fair!

January 30th and 31st

Location: ARC