Orientation Seminar for Multiethnic Students in Engineering

Fall 2013 ENGR 180 Class

Engineering 180 explores the challenges that minority engineering students have in making a smooth and informed transition to college from high school. It provides a setting for entering students to explore career opportunities in the various fields of engineering. Engineering 180 is open to all entering engineering students. The content and activities of the course may be of particular interest to engineering students from underrepresented groups as they adjust to the University's environment.

Week 16: December 6, 2013

This week in Class: 

Course Evaluation Reminder:  The course evaluations are very crucial to the future planning of the class.  Your opinions, ideas and suggestions are very important to us.  Student access to complete evaluations will be closed at 11pm, Sunday, December 8.  You have received an email with a link to the evaluation site and instructions on how to access it. You may also use mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to complete their evaluations in a mobile-compatible format.

MAES Power House:  Founders of MAES Purdue Chapter (Hermes Perez and Javier Esquivel)

Health Awareness Presentations: 7 Minutes Each

Tutorial Center log sheets are due!

********Today is Ms. Manning's last day working for the Minority Engineering Program*******

She will be starting her new position as Associate Director of Student Services and Development in the Purdue MBA and MS Programs in Krannert. 

Please stop by the MEP Tutorial Center between 2:30 and 3:30 to wish her well in this new endeavor. 


Fall 2013

Course Description and Syllabus

Tutorial Center Log Sheets

To view the ENGR 180 materials, Adobe Reader may be required. If you do not have Adobe installed on your machine, you may download a free version of this software by visiting the Adobe Reader Download site.

For more information on this program, send an e-mail to mep@ecn.purdue.edu