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Recent Armour College of Engineering graduate Erfan Ahmadi (ME ‘15) was sure he wanted to work for Tesla after getting a tour of the company’s facility in Fremont, California. He knew the revolutionary electric car manufacturer that recently expanded into energy storage and solar panels would provide him with a challenging work environment.

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The culmination of the spring semester’s Interprofessional Projects (IPRO) Program was held on IPRO Day on Friday, April 25. Seventy three teams exhibited their semester-long work throughout Hermann Hall.

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On Tuesday, March 25th, students participating in Armour College of Engineering’s Distinctive Education program were given a behind the scenes tour of the Robert W. Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation. The Galvin Center at Illinois Institute of Technology is part of a major university initiative to improve the reliability, security, efficiency, and sustainability of the nation’s electrical grid and overcome obstacles to the effective adoption and implementation of the Smart Grid. Each student attending the tour received Energy Themes credit.

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Armour College of Engineering’s Mechanical, Materials, & Aerospace Engineering (MMAE) Department is excited to announce a seminar featuring Michael J. Douba from Argonne National Laboratory. Mr Douba’s presentations is titledAdvanced Vehicle Technology Addressing Impact Concerns: Making Our Cars Greener and will address solutions to making cars more environmentally friendly.

Earn Engineering Themes Credit in Energy

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On February 26, 2014 Armour College of Engineering (ACE) hosted the Spring 2014 Engineering Themes Young Alumni Panel. The event was held in the Hermann Hall Ballroom. Dr. Roberto Cammino, Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Affairs facilitated the discussion.

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On February 18, In honor of Social Justice month, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) hosted an informative workshop sponsored by Armour College of Engineering and the Water Theme. Rod Beadle from EWB presented Water Testing in the Developing World to over 80 attending students.

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