Aero Assist is in charge of the mentorship program for new and incoming graduate students in the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The mentorship programs includes events for new graduate students to meet each other, interact with their mentors and become integrated into the graduate program.
If you would like to become involved in the mentorship program as a mentor, or if you are a new or incoming graduate student and would like to participate in the mentorship program, please contact our Mentorship Program Chair, Julio Hernandez, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Aero Assist Mentorship Program, please check out the Mentorship Program Introduction Presentation, which was given to incoming graduate students before the Fall 2012 semester. Â Also, Dr. Chen’s orientation presentation is availableÂ here.
Another component of the mentorship program are informative seminars given to both new and current graduate students.
Provides a simple list of various tips to help AAE graduate students get off the ground and running. Also a great resource for current graduate students!
Provides a simple guide with helpful hints about things to do in the greater Lafayette area, including restaurants, festivals, transportation, and more.
Provides a crash course in how to create, compose and compile documents using LaTeX. Example files can downloaded here and various LaTeX references discussed during the presentation can be downloaded here.
Provides a crash course in the basics of using Matlab to help prepare for use in classes. Â Big thanks to Isaac for putting together both the LaTeX and Matlab presentations. Â Matlab presentation can beÂ downloaded here.
Provides a guide on how to use various Purdue library databases to find articles, papers, and theses. Â For more information, check out theÂ Aeronautics and Astronautics Resource Guide.
Provides advice and references to help AAE graduate students obtain funding during graduate school.