And so it begins…

Spring semester has arrived!

I call Spring the “senioritis” semester. With the weather in freezing temperatures and snow everywhere, students find a challenging to commute to UIC. However, facilities are doing their best to keep the sidewalks and entrances clean.

Professor Issa speaking to us about concrete and testing.

Here’s my spring schedule (definitions of class are from UIC Catalog),

CME 300: Composition of Concrete 
Design of metal structures, behavior of members and their connections, theoretical, experimental and practical basis for proportioning members.

CME 310: Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Analysis and design of reinforced concrete structural elements: beams, slabs, columns, and foundations.

CME 311: Water Resources Engineering
Groundwater hydrogeology and transport; surface water transport and modeling from an engineering perspective.

CME 405: Foundation Analysis and Design
Site characterization; analysis and design of shallow foundations, deep foundations and earth retaining structures; foundations on difficult soils; effects of construction; instrumentation and monitoring.

The professors at UIC have an incredible wealth of knowledge and will lead to my next article, “Top 5 quotes: I live by from UIC Professors

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Which fast food place are you craving, right now!? I’m hungry…

ANSWER FROM LAST WEEK: In addition to the classes I have above, I am also taking Chemistry 100 for fun.

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About Darren Ujano, Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering and I am employed by UIC Campus Housing as well as Project SYNCERE. Fun fact: I love eating Oreos

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