The Sophomore Success Program is designed to assist second year engineering students of color with developing their network of peers, faculty, and staff. This program will assist students in their professional growth on their journey to becoming engineers.
- To assist in the retention and success of second year multicultural students in the College of Engineering through academic, professional, and social-cultural experiences with peers, faculty, staff, and industry professionals.
- Students will develop an academic support network comprised of peers, faculty, and staff.
- Students will develop a professional support network comprised of peers, faculty, staff, and industry professionals.
- Students will develop a greater sense of connection and belonging to the College of Engineering.
- Students will develop a greater sense of purpose.
- Students will identify career and life goals.
- Building your Personal Brand
- Next Steps as an Undergrad
- What it’s like in the Real World
- Techniques of succeeding in College of Engineering
- An inside-look of Engineering within the business sector
- Steps of effectively navigating through university library resources
Spring 2017 (day TBD)
Location: Marston Hall Malcolm Family Conference Room (TBD)
Presenter: Michael Jackson
Lunch will be provided