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Master of Design ’22

It was during her graduate design studies in India that Gauri Bhatt (MDes 2022) first learned about 101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization, a book...

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(Electrical Engineering, M.S. Electrical Engineering 4th Year)

After growing up in Lockport, Illinois, Kaitlyn Graves initially wanted to go to college far away from home, but she says she’s found that living in Chicago has felt like the best of both worlds....

(Biomedical Engineering 4th Year)

Teni Akinwale (BME 4th Year) came to Illinois Institute of Technology for the unique opportunity to specialize in biomedical engineering as an undergraduate student. Coming from Lagos, Nigeria, she...

(M.Des. ’91)

Pamela Mead (M.Des. ’91) spent a decade designing with new technologies, developing projects at Sony, Palm, and Yahoo!. After working with several startups, she moved to Madrid in 2011 to join...

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(B.A.C. Industrial Technology and Management, M.A.S. Industrial Technology and Operations ’21)

Sierra Strandberg had been working as a mechanical design engineer for five years creating work holdings for tooling inside CNC machines, but she was looking for an opportunity to leverage her...

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(CS ’22)

Chicago is a world-class city full of culture, history, and excitement. Avery Peck says studying in Chicago added to her student experience while enrolled at Illinois Institute of Technology. “I love...

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(Aerospace Engineering, M.Eng. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 4th Year)

Rosemary Johnson’s Camras Scholars interview as a high school senior turned out to be even more important than she bargained for. Not only did she receive the scholarship, securing herself full...

(Biomedical Engineering ’10, Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering ’15)

Chris Osswald (BME ’10, Ph.D. BME ’15) is in his seventh year at ClearPoint Neuro, but he only recently learned that when he first started working at the company it was barely holding on, not sure how...

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