Harold J. Krent , who will step down as dean of Chicago-Kent College of Law next year, was named 2018 Person of the Year by Chicago Lawyer magazine.
Alex Damarjian has spent his professional career working on games benefitting young children—he has worked with Nickelodeon on titles such as Go Diego
For its demonstrated leadership in promoting and supporting the food industry in the Chicago area and the Midwest, the Illinois Tech Institute for
“The way I think about Alexa is the way AI is revolutionizing daily convenience,” said Rohit Prasad (M.S. EE ’99), vice president and head scientist
The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference has honored an Illinois Tech student-athlete approaching the end of her undergraduate education and one
Two years after opening, the Smart Tech Lab at Illinois Tech is now home to a new Power over Ethernet (PoE) PowerHUBB™ solution. PowerHUBB was donated
This fall Illinois Tech not only welcomed its largest class of first-year students in 30 years , but its Department of Civil, Architectural, and
Cyberattacks on the energy sector and other critical infrastructure systems are on the rise and can significantly impact a city or even a country.
Illinois Institute of Technology today opened a sparkling, new 70,000-square-foot home for student-driven innovation and entrepreneurship. Unlike
Fieldwork Collaborative Projects was awarded a 2018 Graham Foundation Fellowship for its Park District documentary project. Fieldwork Collaborative is
Illinois Tech’s College of Architecture was named among the top 15 undergraduate programs and top 30 graduate programs in DesignIntelligence ’s 2018
In 1949 the Institute of Design (ID)—founded as the New Bauhaus—joined Illinois Institute of Technology and soon moved into Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s
Big-data applications—from the analysis of information in industries ranging from health care to entertainment to transportation—have large volumes of
Although reports of hacker jobs done from within organizations make the news each year, that a longtime employee, former employee, or trusted business
When Hurricane Maria descended on the small town of Loíza, Puerto Rico, Milliam Carrasquillo Cuevas’s home was destroyed. Her rural town’s electricity