Before the open event announcing the winning team of Nayar Prize I and finalist team of Nayar Prize II, the Illinois Tech Office of Marketing and Communications and TechNews were given an opportunity to interview Madhavan Nayar (master of science in industrial engineering, 1968), the alumni and Board of Trustees member responsible for the one million dollar research prize.
Adithya Sudhan was born in Kerala, India and was raised in Oman where his family provided him with a love of learning and the importance of helping others. He aspires to find meaning in the work that he does and wishes to maintain his search for meaning in whichever career path he pursues after graduation
On Saturday, February 2, after a week of extreme cold, Illinois Tech’s M. A. and Lila Self Leadership Academy hosted the 3rd seminar of the year: Strategic Thinking and Leading Change, presented by facilitator Megan Wheeler, M.S.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, February 6, starting at 1 p.m. in the Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship’s Morgenstern Pitch, Illinois Tech will be making an announcement regarding the two Nayar Prize competitions.
The introduction of new students to our university is always exciting and we are lucky to have brilliant students from so many backgrounds join us every year. From all of us at TechNews, welcome to Illinois Tech and we wish you all the best.
Are you familiar with the new fraternity on campus? I know a large portion of this campus will state that we don’t need another one. However, Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) ideology and behavior differentiates it from the other fraternities on campus. Let’s dive in on exactly what is so different about SigEp.