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January 17, 2017

Registration

Please make sure to register correctly at the beginning of the semester to avoid problems with registration and unwanted tuition charges later. Students are responsible for their own registration and for ensuring the accuracy of their schedules. Please refer to the Graduate College Handbook for details about requirements. If you have questions about requirements, please contact your department office.

For more academic and registration deadlines for Spring 2017, please visit the Graduate College Calendar.

Cancellation

Students may be released from their obligation to pay ALL tuition and fees by canceling their spring registration by January 16, 2017. You may cancel your registration through Student-Self Service or by submitting a Withdrawal/Cancellation form to your department office. Completed Withdrawal/Cancellation forms must be received in the Graduate College by 5 p.m. January 13, the last business day before instruction begins.

January 17, 2017

The Diffenbaugh Fellowship Fund, established in 1976 by Harry J. Diffenbaugh, supports graduate students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who are or were residents of the State of Missouri.

https://www.grad.illinois.edu/fellowship/index.cfm?action=main.fellowshi...

January 17, 2017

Deadline in dept--February 10, 2017

The University of Illinois' FMC Fellowships support masters- and doctoral-level students who are conducting research in areas related to the work of FMC Technologies, Inc.  Targeted areas are Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Systems/Analytics, Electrical Engineering, Robotics/Mechatronics, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, and related areas of study.  Preference will be given to students who have research interests in the areas of upstream oil and gas.

https://www.grad.illinois.edu/fellowship/index.cfm?action=main.fellowshi...

January 17, 2017

Water – The next carbon

Arjen Hoekstra, CEE Distinguished Speaker

Thursday Jan 26, 2017, NCSA Auditorium

Reception to follow

Attachments

January 12, 2017

My name is Doug Innocent and I would like to know if you could refer a graduate student (graduated/ graduating this spring) interested in a junior structural engineering opening. I work for MUE, a structural engineering/inspection firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We currently have a full time opening for an ambitious new graduate. MUE is a private company, our work primarily consists of high end beach front properties, restaurants, luxury condominiums and car dealerships. I advise interested students to visit our company website (www.muengineers.com) for a detailed review of our past project portfolio. Our diverse engineering group consists of experienced structural engineers from all around the world. Please have your qualified students send their resumes to my email (dinnocent@MUEngineers.com).

Our president has personally hand-picked his team to reflect his values and the core mission of the firm —Leveraging the latest software, innovation and technology to provide “Thorough, detailed and cost efficient engineering delivered in a timely manner.” The successful candidate will be offered one-on-one professional mentoring, competitive salary/benefits and the opportunity to improve their competence in the structural engineering field.

Please find primary job skillsets/experience attached herewith below:

Required Skills & Experience M.S. in Engineering; Master’s degree focused on structural design preferred. 0-2 years of experience Strong interpersonal skills Excellent verbal & written communication skills Highly-Desired Skills Proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs, Autodesk Revit 15-17, RISA Floor 8.0 and RISA 3D 12.0, Mathcad, Adapt Builder 12 and ETABs 2013. (This list is not exhaustive, proficiency in similar 3D modeling, finite element and/or structural analysis software will suffice) University research in the field of structural engineering Independently capable of designing all types and sizes of structures Coordinate drawings with other disciplines Perform typical construction administration tasks Review shop drawings to be in conformance with the structural drawings and specifications Perform field observations and complete written reports of site observations Perform quality control checks of structural calculations, drawings and specifications of other engineers/Revit technicians’ work

Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Douglas G. Innocent

Graduate Structural Engineer

MUEngineers, Inc.

p:  (954) 324-4730       f:   (954) 653-4170

a:  3440 NE 12th Avenue, Oakland Park, FL 33334

w: MUEngineers.com  e: dinnocent@muengineers.com

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