The Data Mine, Fall 2023
Undergraduate and Graduate Students are welcome to apply to The Data Mine at Purdue.
The Data Mine
is a research-based community that aims to introduce students to data science concepts and to create solutions to real-world problems.
Some projects that may be of interest include:
A list of projects for 2023 may be found here
, and more information about applying may be found here
If there are any further questions, please contact Lauren Dalder
Fall Grant Writing Class- Asynchronous, Online
GRAD 590: Fellowship and Grant Application Writing (“Light” version - Content without writing assignments, GRAD 59000-030, CRN: 24427) is being offered in the Fall 2023 semester for Ph.D. and MS-Thesis students. This is an asynchronous, online ("Distance" learning) 1.0 credit hour course that has a pass/no pass grade mode.
Interested students are encouraged to reach out to Dr. Lisa Nielsen
with any questions.
Fall 2023 Candidacy
Please email EEEgrad@purdue.edu
if you would like to be listed as a Candidate for graduation in Fall 2023.
If you are planning to graduate in Fall 2023, please have your finalized Plan of Study submitted with all signatures and approvals prior to the start of the Fall 2023 semester.
If there are any questions about Candidacy or the Plan of Study, please email EEEgrad@purdue.edu
Fall 2023 Research Registration
PhD and MS thesis students are required to enroll in thesis research each semester. If you need to register for research credits, please sign up for credits before the start of the Fall 2023 semester.
Registering for research credits involves a three-step process. More information about these steps may be found here
Fall 2023 Course Registration
The Schedule of Classes for Fall 2023 was published on Monday, March 13th, 2023.
Graduate and Professional students may register for Fall now until the start of the semester.
More information about Fall 2023 Add-Drop dates may be found here.
Having trouble registering, adding, or dropping? Need an override for a class? Please see below for resources:
The Registrar page also has links for most common registration issues, which may be found here.
EEE Student News Submisssion
Have you accomplished something noteworthy (award, scholarship/fellowship, publication, poster presentation, internship, full-time job) that you’d like to share with EEE? Please send Jess Mehr
the basic info, high-quality photo, and a quote about your honor and she will likely (not guaranteed) promote it on social media or choose to write an article for the web site.
If you have questions related to the EEE Graduate Program, please e-mail EEEgrad@purdue.edu.