MechSE faculty, staff, grad students, and undergrads showed their guests many of the exciting educational experiences the department offers.
Dr. Kelly Stephani is unique among MechSE faculty—she has a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and PhD in aerospace engineering.
Kimani C. Toussaint, Jr. has been awarded an appointment as a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Associate Professor at MIT.
The Royal Society is a fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
New faculty member Nenad Miljkovic's research involves thermo-fluid sciences, interfacial phenomena, and renewable energy.
After entering college to become a pre-med student, new MechSE assistant professor Mariana Kersh ended up with a B.A. in English.
Peace Corps veteran Alison Dunn researches tribology in a biological context.
Professor Arne Pearlstein has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
MechSE grad student Jose Guadarrama talks about his research interests and provides research advice for other students.
Student teams' LEGO-Bots were on full display September 17 in the Deere Pavilion.
New faculty member Kyle Smith research has ranged from the storage of hydrogen on board fuel cell vehicles, to flow batteries, to devices that could eventually...
This new group will reap benefits for MechSE students right away and spanning far into the future.
ExxonMobil representatives came to campus this week to, among other things, provide a generous gift to MechSE.
Professor Gao's lecture was titled Mechanics of Nanotwinned Materials in Engineering and Biological Systems.
MechSE's Randy Ewoldt takes the ice-cold challenge for ALS fundraising, and shares every moment visually.
Alumni Alison Smith and Melanie Willi visited MechSE's GBAM camp and had great advice for the future engineers.
Representatives from Parker Hannifin and the U of I celebrate the lab's official opening.
MechSE's Sameh Tawfick contributes to production of strong, lightweight materials with specific surface properties.
MechSE's Narayana Aluru reaches breakthrough in gene-based personalized medicine.
Professor Ning Wang publishes new findings on cancer cells that break away from tumors.

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