Congratulations Engineering Graduates!

Congratulations Engineering Graduates!

Thanks for the memories, Class of 2016! Take a look at some of our favorite snapshots from #ILLINOIS2016 Commencement weekend. Go out and "do the impossible!"

Huber to Class of 2016: "Find a Better Way"

ECE Illinois alumnus and Grail CEO Jeff Huber delivers the University of Illinois
Commencement Speech at Memorial Stadium, May 14, 2016.

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With Ozone, EP Purification providing cost-effective solution to clean water

Gonugondla wins Best Paper Award at IEEE Conference

#ILLINOIS leads national alternative jet fuel database

Bahl wins grant to explore cooling of solids using light

#ILLINOIS wins NASA awards for three CubeSat missions

ECE's Kitt Peterson exposes middle schoolers to rapid prototyping

Solar-Powered 'band-aids' offer flexible energy

CS @ Illinois Sail exposes visitors to Computer Science at Illinois

.@SWEIllinois's "Save the World with Engineering" outreach targets middle school girls

.@CEEatIllinois: Reclaimed water could help power plants run more efficiently, study finds

A New Era of Medicine

Engineering-Based Medicine

How Engineering will Revolutionize
the Future of Healthcare

This is going to be the century of health and medicine. Groundbreaking inventions in mechanics, optics, materials, electronics, and computing in the past decades have ideally positioned the integration of the life sciences and engineering to address major challenges in medicine and healthcare. Find out how Illinois is leading the way.

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Engineering at Illinois: By the Numbers

Gifts in Action


Brandon Nsiah-Ababio
Sophomore, Electrical Engineering

“You say the name Illinois and it turns heads. I feel really blessed to be a student here and am grateful to the donors who provide the financial support to make it possible.”
The Engineering Visionary Scholarship Initiative has made an immediate impact on the lives of hundreds of students. More than 600 talented students received scholarships from the College in 2014-2015. These scholarships covered about 31 percent of the total financial need.

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