If Basheer Becerra had been told when he began his undergraduate career at Illinois State University’s School of Information Technology (IT) that one day he would attend Harvard University graduate school, he wouldn’t have believed it.
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.
University College at Illinois State University recently announced that Ashley Berg, technology undergraduate advisor, and Dr. Joshua Brown, professor of technology and engineering education, have received 2021 Impact Awards.
Dr. Pranshoo Solanki and Dr. Sally Xie, construction management professors were awarded a two-year, $250,000 grant for their study, “Influence of Field Curing Conditions on Strength of Concrete Test Specimens.” Concrete curing is defined as providing adequate temperature, moisture, and time to allow the concrete to achieve the desired strength and durability for its intended
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.
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.
Representatives from Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc. (IEA) visited campus on March 24 to present a check to establish scholarships for students majoring in Construction Management and Occupational Safety and Health within the College of Applied Science and Technology.
CAST faculty member Jeritt Williams has had a busy year—serving as a faculty member in the Department of Technology, working toward his Ed.d. in the School of Teaching and Learning, and conducting some interesting research.
Cody Rogers has been using experience he’s obtained from the College of Business’ MBA program to grow a Bloomington-based business that recycles fishing line recovered from waterways across the country.
Six construction management students participated in the Associated Schools of Construction Regions 6 & 7 Virtual Project Management competition on February 4-5, 2021.