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As global energy demands continue to grow and fossil fuels make up the majority of energy supplies, hydrogen fuel has emerged as an alternative energy source to sustainably meet the world’s ever-increasing energy needs due to its high energy density and zero carbon emissions. 

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Two recent graduates of Armour College of Engineering’s Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering program have accepted highly competitive postdoctoral training positions, further developing their research and professional skills.

Parham Azimi (Ph.D. ENVE ’16)

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As automakers begin to phase out vehicles powered solely by internal combustion engines to reduce fuel emissions and promote environmental sustainability, Illinois Institute of Technology is gearing up to propel transportation technology forward through cost-effective and compact electric traction drive systems. 

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For the seventh consecutive year, the Department of Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology hosted an American Society of Materials (ASM) Teachers Camp, in an effort to help educators strengthen their STEM curriculum at the secondary level.

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Every day, pharmaceutical engineers play a critical role in the health care sector to ensure patient safety and help save lives, which requires the technical knowledge and skills to meet emerging challenges and complexities. Illinois Tech’s new Master of Pharmaceutical Engineering creates a stimulating environment for students to study the design of new medications, and evaluate the safety and efficacy of existing drugs.

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“This world holds different meanings and paints different pictures for all of us,” shares Shailee Shah (BME, M.S. EMGMT ’19) during her student speech delivered at Armour College of Engineering’s 2019 Commencement ceremony. Shah adds, “As engineers from Armour, we can all say that we have one word in common: continuous learning and collaboration. OK, four words.”  

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At each step along a path that has led Claire Fraeyman (CHE, M.A.S. ‘19) toward a career as an engineer, there has been a woman—a high school teacher who cultivated a love of science, a professional engineer who showed a teenage Fraeyman that engineering was the career for her, an Illinois Tech alumna who served as a mentor and provided the final piece of the puzzle as to what she ultimately wanted to do—who helped nudge her forward. 

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When thinking about prospective colleges, David Arnold (EE/M.S. CPE ’19) placed Illinois Institute of Technology on the top of his list because of its strong academic standing in the region—and because of the university’s close proximity to his family.

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Peter Kilpatrick, provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at Illinois Institute of Technology, recognized faculty across the university through the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Awards. Promila Dhar, senior lecturer in biomedical engineering, and Geoffrey Williamson, associate dean and professor of electrical and computer engineering, were recognized from Armour College of Engineering for the impact they

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