Taylor Made Blog
Taylor Tucker is a 2017 alumna with a B.S. in engineering mechanics. She loves flying, music, sports, and being outside. In 2019, she began pursuing a research-based master’s degree through the DELTA program at Illinois' College of Education.
April 22, 2020 - Your daily routine has probably looked a little different than it did before, which might have caused some growing pains for producing quality work. However, Taylor says this is an opportunity to take command of whatever time and space you have and shape them toward your best fit.
April 13, 2020 - Inspired by William Everitt, Taylor makes the case for sustainable practices in engineering: "To economically use the resources and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind."
03/02/16 - How luminous life is
03/06/16 - Faking the sound of bells
02/14/16 - Be inspired, stay motivated, grow passionate
02/01/16 - New Year, New ...
01/31/16 - Views of MechSE: February gallery
12/17/15 - Views of MechSE: End-of-semester gallery
12/14/15 - Maybe December
11/29/15 - Things you should know by sophomore year
12/08/15 - T minus 10...
12/02/15 - Views of MechSE: December gallery
11/19/15 - Thank you for the blessings
11/12/15 - Views of MechSE: November gallery
10/29/15 - In living color
11/11/15 - Overview of TAM 335: Fluid Mechanics
10/21/15 - The Iron Giant
10/08/15 - As the trees turn
09/30/15 - Tracing the growth of Illinois
10/05/15 - Views of MechSE: October gallery
09/20/15 - More fun than a barrel of grease monkeys
09/10/15 - Endless sea of wings
05/10/15 - Planting Your Serendipity Seeds
05/14/15 - Summer tapping at my door
05/04/15 - Let’s talk beer, and getting a job too
04/29/15 - Bubblin’ crude… oil, that is
04/28/15 - Being a process engineer
04/15/15 - Civil engineer speaks about poetry
03/24/15 - Take a walk through EOH
03/29/15 - Putting on your science gown