Theses are the stories of three couples who met at ISE and fell in love.
Judith Liebman is remembered fondly by many, not for her leading role as the first female tenure-track professor in Industrial Engineering at Illinois, but as a mentor and collague.
Phil Blizzard graduated from ISE in 1989 and now runs the multimillion dollar company ThunderWorks
ISE honors the life of Jerry Dobrovolny and reflects on his committment to engineering at Illinois
Chris Landreth's amazing story shows that you can engineer any career with an ISE degree
ISE alumna and PhD candidate Keilin Jahnke takes a human approach to engineering problems. Her work with water projects has taken her from Illinois classrooms all over the globe.
ISE faculty, students, and alumni are wiring up the Internet of Things.
ISE faculty, alumni, and students are advancing autonomous technology.
ISE Alumnus Jonathan Black was awarded tenure at Virginia Tech.
ISE graduate Sean Kelley discusses how Illinois helped him succeed as an engineer today.
ISE Graduate Jackie DiMonte enjoys a career spanning the Internet of Things and being a venture capitalist after Illinois.
Mun Choi, BSGE 1987, President of the University of Missouri System. Joseph Hartman, BSGE 1992, Dean of Francis College of Engineering. Jeffrey Linderoth, BSGE 1992, Professor and Department Chair, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
GE alumna Kennda Lynch's career in astrobiology has led her to work at NASA studying life on Mars.
The 2017 Chittenden Symposium Assistive Technologies in Health will be Friday, March 31, 2017, at the I-Hotel.
Terrie Reed sees her industrial engineering background as what gave her the skills she needed to create change in UDI adoption.
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.
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.
Stephanie writes about nearly making the Olympic pole-vaulting team, and other life lessons from her position at Accenture.
Going above and beyond has always been a part of Malay Sapra’s college career.
Dan Couillard sees himself as a participant in the clean energy revolution.
Mandy Briggs has years of flying experience and is now a flight instructor at the Institute of Aviation at Parkland College.
A recent ISE graduate research project could potentially change the way cell phones are refurbished.
Jerry Dobrovolny is a hero to the ISE community
DePriest worked his way up from field engineer to supervising major construction sites. Their team called themselves “Geeks in Hard Hats.”
On September 16, William Chittenden will be inducted into the Engineering at Illinois Hall of Fame to honor his ongoing support for the development of engineering professionals through continuing education.
Assembling Hondas in a Virtual World
Last year, Illinois baseball athlete and industrial engineering student Jason Goldstein was finishing up his junior year when he got an opportunity he’d always dreamed of — a major league offer from the Los Angeles Dodgers. But Goldstein decided to stay and finish his degree, a decision that he said may be the best decision of his life.
A Hands-on Educator: Rebecca Reck Aims at Boosting Student Preparedness
During his time at ISE, PhD student James Schreiner studied an under-researched problem involving the health care industry and emerging proprietary risk technologies.
ISE invites applications for a faculty position at the rank of full professor in large scale systems engineering and design. This position is supported by a $2M endowment.
The U of I blessed my life and my career. Thank you Prof. Dobrovolny. Thank you, U of I.
"I’ve gotten a problem-solving degree here, and there’s nothing that I can’t do with that.”