Taylor Made Blog
Taylor Tucker is a recent alumna with a BS in engineering mechanics. She loves flying, music, sports, and being outside. She plans to pursue a master's degree in mechanical engineering with a research focus on fluid mechanics.
February 15, 2019 - The Fibonacci sequence, a "golden ratio" pattern that can be found in nature as well as art, design, and science, is a great tool for engineers to keep in their toolbox.
February 4, 2019 - Einstein’s relativity theories tell us that the phenomenon exists. His theory of special relativity has two postulates: that the speed of light in a vacuum is the same to all observers regardless of their motion, and that all non-accelerating bodies experience the same laws of physics. These postulates led him to discover the space-time continuum.
09/30/15 - Tracing the growth of Illinois
10/05/15 - Views of MechSE: October gallery
09/20/15 - More fun than a barrel of grease monkeys
09/10/15 - Endless sea of wings
05/10/15 - Planting Your Serendipity Seeds
05/14/15 - Summer tapping at my door
05/04/15 - Let’s talk beer, and getting a job too
04/29/15 - Bubblin’ crude… oil, that is
04/28/15 - Being a process engineer
04/15/15 - Civil engineer speaks about poetry
03/24/15 - Take a walk through EOH
03/29/15 - Putting on your science gown
03/04/15 - The puzzle case (How well do you know MEL?)
12/17/14 - Plans for winter break?
11/20/14 - The (16) Foot Long
10/12/14 - Hunt for Blue October
09/17/14 - Hit the Ground Running
05/08/14 - Taylor-Made: At year's end
03/30/14 - Taylor-Made: Oh great, there isn’t any room
03/17/14 - Taylor-Made: An afternoon at EOH