Wall Calendars Turned Over To February 2016

I turned these new calendars over from January to February early last week in the office on the 16th.  On the left is some art inspired by the 'Finding Nemo' movie.  And on the right, is the Electrical and Computer Engineering building that is pretty fancy.  And new!  Construction started in 2011 and the building was dedicated in October of 2014.

From the ECE site:
The ECE Building, located at 306 N. Wright St., Urbana, is nearly twice the size of the department‘s former home, Everitt Laboratory. At 230,000 square feet, the new building is full of more than 20 lab spaces intended for student instruction and learning. These labs continue ECE ILLINOIS‘ tradition of hands-on learning, especially on cutting-edge topics like nanofabrication, optics, control, and robotics.
Sounds like a pretty neat place. Here's a neat YouTube video that takes you inside the building. One thing that jumped out to me: while there are amazing labs of different sorts, there's still chalkboards in the classrooms. Like real chalkboards. Not greaseboards or whiteboards or electric displays of some sort.

These calendars are on top of the 2015 versions and I put them up in early January.  Here's the post of them for January.  

So, for posterity sake and easy of documenting these going forward, here's where we are in 2016:
  • January took 8 days to put up the calendar.  I don't think I was tracking January last year.  So let's call it a wash.  (+0 Days)
  • February took 16 days to put up the calendar.  In 2015, I turned it over on the 17th.  (+1 Days)
Here's a closeup of the imagery on both calendars below.  The art from Nemo features a Nemo-ish guy in the top panel, Crush and crew in the middle and the tank in the Dentist office below.    

Here's the closeup of the entrance and scuplture at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Building at UIUC on the calendar.


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