Eddie Becker, an Information Systems –System analytics student; Mathew Weiner ’20, a recent Computer Science graduate; Erik Wenth, a Cybersecurity student; Zach Oettle, a student of Networking and Telecommunications Management; and Ryan Skare, an Information Systems student with a focus on Web Application Development were teamed up randomly in IT 391- last summer and completed a successful project for a local business – The Recipe Girls.
The College of Applied Science and Technology is excited to invite all alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends to the annual Homecoming tailgate. No registration is required.
Jakub Burzynski ’21, construction Management; Evan Shook ’21, sustainable and renewable energy; and Justin O’Connell ’21, engineering technology, were commissioned as second lieutenants on May 7.
Illinois State University Women’s Golf Coach Breanne Hall goes to a lot of golf tournaments with her Redbird team. During her recent travels a particular style of golf bag kept catching her eye, so much so that she made it her mission to learn more about it.
On November 9, 42 fourth graders, 12 eighth graders, and their teachers from Illinois State University’s Metcalf School toured the Department of Technology’s Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Caterpillar Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory in Turner Hall.
During the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Annual Conference in Kansas City, Missouri on November 7-9, 2018, Brandon Khoury ’17, M.S. ’18 and Manan Shah placed first in the student poster competition for their research poster, “The Future of Learning Using Virtual Reality to Teach Industrial Robotics.”
The Department of Technology is proud and grateful that so many veterans have made their academic home with us and are pursuing degrees in our programs.
Joining the Navy gave Aldeman an opportunity to combine his loves of being on a ship, working with mechanical systems, and giving back by serving his country.
Students in the Department of Technology participated in the faculty “shadowing” program as a way of improving their professional networking and communication skills.
Joseph Karl ’17, a technology project management graduate student, discusses what matters to him, and plans for the future.