Ryan Hoch and Kevin Hoffman, two general engineering alumni, have launched an educational software platform that aims to help students know their options.
A lifetime of systems engineering: throughout his industry-spanning career, Martin Brzeczek was never bored.
For Annie Goetz, what made her college experience meaningful was the people.
A grand prize of $3,000 will be given to a winning team of four engineering students, two of whom must be in ISE.
Inspiring innovation: Brad Mottier believes his general engineering degree played a significant role in preparing him for his career that has been marked by innovation.
A 1952 Illinois General Engineering graduate, Wendell “Gabe” Hildensten was a particpant in two of the Bikini Atoll hydrogen bomb tests.
A new ISE laboratory will be the first of its kind at the University of Illinois.
In his Engineering Law course, Joe Barich teaches law to engineering students in a unique way.
Women have played an important role in the Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering, with Grace Wilson becoming the first woman to have at the rank of at least assistant professor in the Illinois College of Engineering.
Lillian Gilbreth is held to be the first true industrial/organizational psychologist.
With the Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers, ISE Professor Negar Kiyavash will pursue research in information theory.
Stephanie writes about nearly making the Olympic pole-vaulting team, and other life lessons from her position at Accenture.
Alexander “Sasha” Stolyar will join the Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering faculty as a Grainger Engineering Breakthroughs Initiative founder professor in January 2017.