Toggle ItemPlanning to Pursue an M.S. or Ph.D.
Involvement in research as an undergraduate is important if you plan on getting an MS or PhD in mechanical engineering. Undergraduate research experiences help you demonstrate your capacity for research, prepare you for graduate school, and increases your competitiveness for graduate school fellowship funding. For an MS or PhD, activities in the green & blue areas of this chart are especially important for you as an undergraduate. Activities in the red & yellow areas of the chart may also be beneficial.
Toggle ItemPlanning to Pursue a Combined M.S./MBA
If you are planning to get a combined MS/MBA activities in the red & yellow areas of this chart are especially important for you as an undergraduate. Also, taking the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam to become a Professional Engineer is important for you.
Toggle ItemGetting a Job After Completing Your B.S.
If you plan to enter the job market immediately after completing your B.S., activities in the red & yellow areas of this chart can increase your competitiveness in the job market. For you, external internships are more important than involvement in research. Also, taking the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam to become a Professional Engineer is important for you.
OPEN RESEARCH POSITIONS
Biomechanics Therapeutic Vibration Device Design and Development
If interested in applying please contact Dr. Blotter. email@example.com
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The ideal person is a sophomore with good computing skills, and planning on pursuing a Ph.D. in materials science or related field (at any university). Email email@example.com describing your current and future plans and interests, and other items as listed above.
Aerospace, Wind Energy
Read about how to get started with the FLOW Lab here:
Contact/meet with Professor Ning for more info.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, unofficial transcript, and a brief summary of your interests/goals.
I typically require new students to volunteer for 1 semester, followed by a semester of 497R credit. Afterward, if I have funding and you have been productive and enjoyed the work, you may be considered for a paid position. Send an email statement of interest to email@example.com.
Paid positions usually are offered to students who have volunteered or gotten credit, and can make a long-term commitment. Email information listed above to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interfacial Fluid Dynamics
If interested, please contact Dr. Nathan Speirs to discuss opportunities. Email: email@example.com
Office: 360N EB