Spring 2017 ENG 298 online course!

ENG 298

Availability Open (Restricted)
Credit 3 hours
SectionTitle Intro to Sustainable Eng
Date Range Meets 17-Jan-17 – 10-Mar-17.
Part of Term A
Section Info Understanding design for international standards, defining needs of a community, use of locally available materials,

Spring 2017 SOC 196 Course: The HIV/AIDS Pandemic


The HIV/AIDS Pandemic:
Global and Local Perspectives

SOC 196 Spring 2017
T/Th, 9:30 AM

Professor Cynthia Buckley buckleyc@illinois.edu
Lincoln Hall 3108 ph 217 300 0233

We have to address the gap that exists between operational science and implementation within resource-limited …

Njala PhD Students working with Dr. Richard Cooke


Through his joint appointment at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and Njala University at Sierra Leone, Dr. Richard Cooke has taken on the advising of two Njala PhD students and is currently on the committee of a third …

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Alex Winter-Nelson

Alex Winter Nelson photo

Meet Dr. Alex Winter-Nelson, PhD, Director of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) International Program. After graduating from the University of California at Davis (UCD) with degrees in Economics and International Relations, Dr. Winter-Nelson continued his studies in Applied Economics …

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jenny Amos


Jenny Amos photo

Meet Dr. Jenny Amos, Associate Professor in the Bioengineering Department at UIUC. After completing her BS in Chemical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Amos went on to complete her PhD in Chemical Engineering with a focus in Cell and …

Fall 2016 Tropical Epidemiology Course: ANSC 499

Tropical Epidemiology introduces the basic concepts and methods of¬†epidemiology and biostatistics through the lens of tropical medicine. This class focuses primarily on understanding current health issues in the tropics and applying epidemiological approaches to investigation, control, and prevention of …