ME 290 Mechanical Engineering Seminar is a required course taken mostly by sophomores in mechanical engineering and engineering mechanics each fall semester. It provides valuable information to guide them as they make decisions regarding their future after graduation.
Course presenters—most of whom are MechSE alumni—share experiences and describe career growth, offer professional advice, and answer questions from the students. Alumni or corporate representatives are invited to make a 40- to 50-minute presentation on engineering opportunities and challenges in their business area.
For more information about how you can participate in ME 290 Seminar, please contact Emad Jassim, Director of Undergraduate Programs, at 217-244-3634 or email@example.com.
Recent presenters have included:
Eric Bartsch (MSME '95), Chanute Consulting Group
Ann Zuzuly (BSME '13), Eaton Corporation
Dana Coldren (BSME '88; MSME '90) and Sunil Bean (BSEM '12), Caterpillar
Scott Daigle (BSME '09; MSME '11), IntelliWheels
Sue Brasmer (BSME '79, MSME '88), Cummins Engine
Ken Frankel (BSME '77), Three Sigma Manufacturing
Dave Wright (BSME '82), Sargent & Lundy
Dave Raske (retired; MS TAM '71; PhD TAM '72), Argonne National Lab
Donald Gall (retired; BSME '56), Aderant Holdings