PASSPORT TO SEAS!
Friday, February 22
12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Ever wondered what applied physicists do? Or conjured the design and structure of buildings and bridges? Want to learn more about the application of majors in the real world? Then come to Mudd on Friday, February 22, from 12 – 3pm and get a taste of the different departments, , and hear presentations from our faculty on what makes their field of engineering exciting and interesting. Learn interesting little known facts about the departments and some of our illustrious alumni as you work your way through the building, scavenging facts and ideas, and come away with some new insights into what your future as an engineer might hold. End your grand tour with the opportunity to speak with representatives from the Center for Student Advising, the Center for Career Education, the Office of Global Programs and the Office of Fellowships, and the Engineering student clubs. A detailed flyer with specific times of presentations and lab tours will be available on Friday!
Passport to SEAS is a joint effort of the Engineering Student Council, the Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs and Global Programs, the Center for Student Advising and the Center for Career Education.