Seven Illinois State sustainable and renewable energy majors are ready to show some of the top minds in the field their creativity and ingenuity as they put the last touches on a massive undertaking.
The Friends for Peace RSO allows potential Peace Corps volunteers to meet their prep program requirements while making an impact on Illinois State’s campus.
On April 27, renewable energy students Nick Hieb, Jason Coddington, Katelyn Donnagan, Alex Reis, Domonic Lange, Katrina Keller, and John Lechner, along with facutly advisor Matt Aldeman toured the Suzlon Wind Turbine Training Center in Elgin.
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.
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.
Kadi Ilves wins 2018 Richard Eikenberg Scholarship presented by the Economic Development Council
At the center of the state’s vibrant wind energy industry is Illinois State, whose students, researchers and alumni are shaping wind developments and related public policy issues around the country.