Each Thursday of the fall and spring semesters Illinois Center for Transportation, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s research center, hosts the Kent Seminar Series at its 1611 Titan Drive, Rantoul, Illinois facility.
This hour-long lecture kicks off at 12:30 p.m. and features the latest research efforts in the field, inviting faculty, students, researchers and many more to present on a wide range of transportation engineering topics. Lunch is provided and begins at noon.
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The Kent Seminar Series is sponsored by the Paul F. Kent Memorial Fund, established in 1977 to support transportation engineering education.
Paul Kent, a 1920 alumnus of UIUC’s civil engineering program, held the highest regard for the civil engineering education he received. He became a civic service in Illinois and the surrounding states.
Kent was the founder and president of the University of Illinois Civil Engineering Alumni Association, and he was the recipient of the U of I Loyalty Award and the Civil Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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