Undergraduate Blog

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April 22, 2016

Want to Experience AT&T?

AT&T is the industry leader in technology, driving new innovation every day.  We have an exciting weekend planned for you to experience AT&T.  Discover how you can join our team and be the future first.  This unique weekend will be filled with contests, prizes and gifts – all for you!  If you are a college student majoring in STEM, apply now to attend our exclusive AT&T Experience Weekend.

This is your chance to connect with our top innovators and test-drive our latest technology.  You will have the opportunity to learn about our Technology Development Program (TDP) – straight from the experts!  Not only will you network with some of AT&T’s senior leaders and technology gurus, but you might even leave with a job offer!

Here’s a taste of what we did at AEW last year – AT&T Experience Weekend 2015 [youtube.com]

Apply today @ aewtdp.com

Application Deadline is September 30, 2016

Download ATT Experience Weekend Flyer 2016

April 20, 2016

​Farnsworth Group is looking to fill 2 positions for their structural engineering group out in Denver, Colorado.  One of them is for an entry level position. The descriptions can be found at the below link! 


April 20, 2016

Ecuador was struck by a major earthquake this Saturday. The 7.8 magnitude quake ripped apart buildings and roads and knocked out power along the Pacific coastline. Thousands are injured and homeless, and hundreds have died. Rescuers from Ecuador and many other countries are struggling to reach survivors trapped in the rubble, but the death toll keeps rising every hour and they need all the help they can get.

Link to donate: www.ammado.com/community/ecuadorearthquake 

Download Ecaudor Relief Fund


April 15, 2016

Please see the following for more information on this course:   Download WTP_flyer 2

April 14, 2016

NEW - NPRE 201 Energy Systems is being offered Summer 2016!

NPRE 201 is a popular course across Engineering and related College majors.  Please encourage interested students to consider taking it this summer.  This course fills to capacity every fall.  This is an opportunity for students here in the summer to get in the course who otherwise might not.

NPRE 201 Energy Systems

Credit:  2 hours

Meets June 13 – Aug 4; TR 10:00 – 11:50; 103 Talbot Lab

Patterns of energy production and utilization and technical aspects of renewable energy resources, advanced fossil fuel systems and advanced nuclear systems.  Same as GLBL 201.  Prerequisite:   MATH 220 or MATH 221; one of PHYS 101, PHYS 211, CHEM 104, CHEM 204, ME 300.