Jake is a 11-year old boy who wishes to ride a bicycle. However due to his physical disabilities, which include an amputated left leg, right arm and hand weakness, right leg weakness, and heart conditions, it is nearly impossible for Jake to ride a conventional bicycle. Watch how a group of UIC students came up with a solution as their project for the Senior Design EXPO.
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Christian Aponte is finishing his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Born in Puerto Rico, he will be the first in his immediate family to earn a college degree. He plans to use his education to make the world a greener place. Read more.
Through their research, scholarship and service, UIC students learn about the world around them, as they help to transform it. Read more.
Veronica Arreola was thrilled to visit her favorite Washington, D.C., landmark last month, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. She was even more excited about her reason for being there. Read more.
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Career Fair, February 22, 2012The fair includes over 100 recruiters representing many local and international employers searching for future employees in the areas of engineering and computer science. Some companies screen for full-time regular employment positions, while others accept resumes for full or part-time internships and cooperative education positions. All in all, it is a very busy afternoon, as approximately 850 UIC Engineering students with resumes in hand, stand in lines to meet company recruiters and apply for positions. For more information and to register, click here