Taco Tuesday & Tendon Engineering
Alyssa Hansten Finds Social Collaboration and Career Guidance Through Undergraduate Research
From Sea to Space
Naval Engineer Lands His Dream Job
Rare Earth, Real Sustainability
Students researching highly sustainable extraction methods for rare earth elements - powerful components of our everyday lives – to minimize dependence on foreign countries.
Using Passion to Pay for College
International Student Researches Natural Fertilizer Production
Building Meaningful Careers in Robotics
Dean and Cindy Haagenson Endowed Professorship Strengthens Robotics Research to Improve Outcomes for Stroke Patients
Closing the Loop
Idaho Falls Student Earns Degree After Retiring
Hands-On Since Day One
Goldwater Scholarship recipient Nick Pancheri begins fourth year of undergraduate research in tendon tissue development
Vandals Deliver A Life-Saving Gift
Engineering, WWAMI Medical students build assistive CPR device to help more users, and those with disabilities, successfully perform CPR.
Emerson a Leader in Nuclear Field, INL Experiment Manager
Engineering Management Program Allows U of I Graduate Students to Work, Pursue Degree
Testing Device Opens Doors to Safer Nuclear Energy
New process to save communities millions of dollars and speed up development of the world’s first Molten Salt Nuclear Battery
Weather Under an Eclipse
Students Record Gravity Waves Using Weather Balloons
Making Strides in Tissue Engineering
According to the National Institutes of Health, there are more than 16 million reported tendon injuries in the U.S. each year. Research at U of I aims to better understand tendon tissue formation and engineer replacements and regenerative therapies.
Hard Work — An Engineer’s Story
Schellenger Scholarship in Engineering helps make balancing degree and full-time job easier for mechanical engineering senior Titus Hansen.