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(M.S. MAE ’96, Ph.D. ’12)

In the 1990s Illinois Institute of Technology was a pioneer in distance learning through its Interactive Instructional Television Network (IIT/V) program. Courses were filmed at campus locations and...

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(Ph.D. AMAT '18)

Jeffery Mudrock began pursuing a Ph.D. in applied mathematics at Illinois Tech in the spring semester of 2012 with hopes of boosting his career as a college math professor. He was offered a full-time...

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(Ph.D. AMAT '16)

Lluís Antoni Jiménez Rugama pursued his Ph.D. at Illinois Tech exploring Quasi-Monte Carlo methods with Professor Fred Hickernell. He says the faculty’s connections with national laboratories and...

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(AMAT Ph.D., 1st year)

Not only did Miles Bakenhus find several opportunities to conduct research while earning a master’s degree in applied mathematics at Illinois Tech, he also had opportunities to stand in front of a...

(Ph.D. AMAT '18)

Research projects conducted while a Ph.D. student at Illinois Tech served Yicong Huang well for a career as a senior quantitative analyst at Constellation as he develops models for natural gas daily...

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(Ph.D. AMAT '18)

Xiao Huang says the Ph.D. coursework at Illinois Tech provided valuable and rigorous technical training that prepared him for a career as a senior analyst specializing in statistics and operations...

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(Ph.D. PSYC ’20)

Lynda Gibson is wasting no time following her summer 2020 graduation from Illinois Tech. The clinical psychology Ph.D. graduate has started a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical child psychology at...

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(M.S. MAE ’09, Ph.D. ’13)

For Ricardo Vinuesa, the possibility of participating in research and study groups as he progressed through his academic career provided him with a competitive advantage. “I believe that my...

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