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May 3, 2018

On behalf of Habitat for Humanity International, I wanted to share the call for applications for the “2018 USAID/OFDA Graduate Student Fellowships in Humanitarian Shelter and Settlements”.  For three consecutive years, this fellowship opportunity for graduate students is possible through a partnership between Habitat for Humanity International and USAID/ OFDA.

The fellowship seeks to support the thesis or professional report writing efforts of two Fellows during the summer of 2018, with a focus on shelter and settlements in humanitarian settings.

Fellows will be graduate students currently enrolled full-time in accredited North American graduate school programs or North Americans studying abroad in similar graduate programs, in the following disciplines City, Urban, Environmental, or Regional Planning; Architecture or Architectural Engineering; or Civil/ Environmental Engineering.  There is a tight turnaround time for applicants as the deadline for submitting applications for the fellowship is 5:00PM EDT, Wednesday, 30th May 2018.

Please see enclosed flyer.

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May 2, 2018

Please see attachment for 2018 Summer online courses

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May 1, 2018

PhD Final Defense { Pooyan Kabir
Geo-chemo-mechanical Modeling of Sedimentary Rocks: Application to
Unconventional Reservoirs and Geological CO2 Sequestration
Advisor: Professor Ange-Therese Akono
Date: Wednesday May 16th, 1:00 pm
Location: Newmark Civil Engineering Building { Room 2218
 

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April 30, 2018

Please see enclosed flyer about the Online course: Summer 2018 CEE598 Uncertainty Quantification

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April 30, 2018

One freelance or hourly CFD simulation engineer or graduate student (better PhD) is needed for summer of 2018.

Wage: $19 per hour (20-40 hours per week). Depending on appointment type, hourly wage may be slightly more.

Candidates must have the following qualifications:

(1) Rich experiences in CFD simulation of fluid mixing with 3D modeling tools

(2) Majoring in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field

(3) Having a PhD or at least MS degree

(4) Having publications in or other track records on CFD simulation

Application Process: Send a letter describing your interest to Professor Hao Feng (haofeng@illinois.edu) only when your training and experiences match the requirement of the position. Also attach a current resume with phone numbers and email addresses of your references. Call 217-244-2571 if you have any questions.

 

 

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