Engineer in Residence Program

Alumnus Todd Antonelli shares the steps of his career with the next generation of engineers.
Alumnus Todd Antonelli shares the steps of his career with the next generation of engineers.

Our students value and are inspired by interaction with our alumni.

The Engineer in Residence program was established with a gift from Thomas A. Prickett (1997-1999), president of the Systems Engineering and Design Alumni and Industry Advisory Board.

Tom wanted to give alumni and students a chance to interact and discuss issues on a more personal level, especially questions that might be related to careers.

An Engineer in Residence will:

  • Spend approximately 8 hours on campus
  • Speak to our SE 290 class
  • Stay in residence for an afternoon for individual appointments with students

Contact Julie Murphy to inquire about being an Engineer in Residence.

Corporate, Alumni, & Student Relations Contact

Julie MurphyJULIE MURPHY

Assistant Director for Alumni, Corporate & Student Relations
111 Transportation Building M/C 238
104 S. Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
jdg5@illinois.edu
(217) 244-009

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