September 25, 2012
Computer science, construction,
engineering, scientific research and
other technical or science industries
September 12, 2012
We welcome back our students in style with a pizza party in the Joseph G. and Suzzane W. Teague Courtyard. This event is sponsored by the Alumni Association and uses the time to engage and encourage students and promote alumni affairs.
August 21, 2012
Engineering Freshman Orientation begins at 10:00 in Memorial Hall. After orientation we welcome our new students with a pizza party in the Joseph G. and Suzzane W. Teague Courtyard. This event is sponsored by the Dean’s Office and uses the time to engage and encourage students and the College of Engineering.
May 6, 2012
MARK YOUR CALENDAR ! ! !
Sunday, May 6, 2012
9:00 AM – Graduate School – MS & PhD Ceremony (line-up 8:00 AM)
1:00 PM – Engineering – BS Ceremony (line-up 12:00 noon)
Watch your email for more information as it becomes available.
March 22, 2012
UK Energy Club* would like to invite you to join us for our next seminar “*Trash to Treasure: Fly Ash Reutilization*.” We’re bringing in Danny Gray, the Executive Vice President of CHARAH Inc., to discuss one of the innovative solutions their company offers for coal combustion by-products.
The seminar will be this *Thursday, March 22nd* *@ 7pm in Student Center 231 *, and is open to anyone that would like to come. We will have free pizza and refreshments.
Charah, Inc. Is a based out of Louisville and is committed to coal combustion product management and power plant support services. As VP, Danny is responsible for Charah’s product sales development, environmental compliance for products, and legislative and regulatory communications. He currently serves on the board of directors of the American Coal Council
(ACC) and on the Energy and Environment Committee of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
To learn more about the company, you can go to their website via this link:
Hope to see you at the seminar!
March 9, 2012
Friday, March 9, Dr. Loui will be presenting a lunchtime seminar to all of electrical and computer engineering graduate students at 12 Noon in 323 CRMS. His presentation will be on research ethics, including plagiarism.
Dr. Loui’s research interests include computational complexity theory, ethics in engineering and computing, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. He serves as executive editor of College Teaching, and as a member of the editorial board of Accountability in Research. He is a Carnegie Scholar and an IEEE Fellow. Dr. Loui has produced two half-hour movies that dramatize case studies in engineering ethics. He mentors students for the Leadership Certificate Program and conducts short programs across the campus of UIUC on engineering ethics, research ethics, and college teaching.
March 8, 2012
Thursday, March 8, Dr. Michael Loui, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will be presenting the William and Patricia Stacy Engineering Ethics Education Lecture to the ECE Capstone Senior Design Class (3:30-5:00) in Room 357 FPAT. This is a required class for all seniors in electrical and computer engineering and will be on workplace ethics.
March 1, 2012
Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity?
Join us at our information session!
Thursday, March 1st at 6PM
Room 257 Anderson Tower
FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!!
Lexmark offers co-ops, internships, and part-time employment for students in computer science, electrical, computer, mechanical, chemical, and materials engineering. There are also opportunities available in accounting, marketing, finance, and sales. See you there!!
February 20, 2012 – February 24, 2012
E-Olympics is open only to Organizations registered with ESC. Although everyone is welcome to watch and enjoy the ridiculousness!
(ESC will be providing Pizza)
5pm Cake Decorating Contest
Rules: Organizations competing must have a homemade cake decorated to reflect their type of engineering or something specific to their organization. Cake must be home baked and decorated but boxed cake mixes and premade frosting are allowed – although not as tasty as from scratch! Minimum Size: 9” round, No maximum. Organizations are responsible for transporting the cakes to judging. Judging will be based equally on taste and appearance. Our hope is to have members of the faculty judge this portion of the night.
Each organization is allowed to submit one to three members to be judged on appearance to see who is the “geekiest”. Outrageous clothing is appreciated as long as contestants are fully clothed and no inappropriate language or images are shown – Remember teachers will be present! Each person present will receive one vote to decide who are our winners.
Undecided Time: SWE Bowl first round. (Worth twice as many points as a normal competition!)
6pm Tug O’ War
Will be held in the grassy area in front of the main building. Two teams will be playing against each other each have the end of one rope, whose center is marked with a flag. A twenty-foot space will be marked off and the game will begin with the flag in the middle of the space; the first team to get the flag past their marking of the space wins. THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF TUG O’ WAR IS THE PARTICPANTS SAFETY!! The rope must be gripped in the participants’ hands – NO WRAPPING OF THE ROPE AROUND HANDS OR ANY OTHER BODY PART IS ALLOWED! No spiked or studded shoes will be allowed. Each team will consist of a maximum of five members.
After: MOVIE NIGHT: Star Trek
ESC will provide popcorn. Participation Points for each organization in attendance – not for each member from the organization in attendance.
Undecided Time: SWE Finals
Afterwards: Obstacle Course
A combination of fun, adventure and team building! Expect Hula Hoops, String and blindfolds. 4 people per team participating and as many as wanted on the sidelines offering support and suggestions.
Organizations may sign in for up to one set of participation points!
4:30pm (which is right after E-Day Set up): Mario Kart Competition and
ESC will provide snacks. Mario Kart Competition will involve four players going up each other at once in a single elimination tournament. Each group can have up to two participation spots in the tournament. Members from the same organization can switch out for the same participation spot but one person may not do two participation slots by themselves! Tournament rounds will be conducted by participation in different cups from Mario Kart (3 races in each cup).
10 points: for getting first place in a competition
8 points: for getting second place in a competition
5 points: for participation in a competition
Notes: For SWE Bowl points will be doubled, for Movie Night and Speaker only participation points will be awarded. For Mario kart and the Geek-Off only one set of points will be awarded even though each organization is allowed two entries.
Deadline for entry will be due February 16th, 2012 at 5pm!