The College of Applied Science and Technology launched a brand new university exchange partnership to provide additional opportunities for their renewable energy students to study abroad in Denmark.
The spring issue of the Redbird Scholar has been published.
Illinois’ 25 largest wind farms have supported 20,173 jobs during construction and will add $6.4 billion to local economies over the 25-year life of the projects.
Illinois State Technology Professor Jin Jo and graduate student Peter Tozzi ’15 are part of the Summer 2016 Visiting Faculty Program through the U.S. Department of Energy.
The Illinois Renewable Energy Conference on July 21 at Illinois State University will feature presentations on state energy policies and current legislative proposals.
Students from 20 schools across Illinois participated April 29 in the 15th Annual High School Research Symposium at Illinois State University.
A student-led initiative, known as Solar Pathways Project, is exploring possible sites for solar panels to be installed at Illinois State.
A Department of Technology faculty member has been selected to participate in the Department of Energy’s Visiting Faculty Program at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
David Loomis, Jin Jo, and Matt Aldeman have won the Outstanding Cross-Disciplinary Team Research Award.
Illinois State University is growing the next generation of renewable energy leaders. One of them is Kadi Ilves, a senior renewable energy major at Illinois State.