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  1. SJSU College of Engineering

  2. Engineering Departments • Aviation & Technology • Chemical & Materials Engineering • Civil & Environmental Engineering • Computer Engineering • Electrical Engineering • General Engineering • Industrial & Systems Engineering • Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

  3. Did you know?SJSU College of Engineering - 98% of Graduates work in Silicon Valley • Has over 35 Student Clubs • Our programs are consistently ranked among the top 20 Public Universities

  4. College Highlights • Strong ties to the Silicon Valley industry • Scholarships • Industry supported laboratory • Internships and part-time work • Silicon Valley Symposium • A very large alumni base in the SV industry • Special program support

  5. Special Programs • Silicon Valley Engineering Scholarship Program • Global Technology Initiative • Engineering Student Success Center • MESA Engineering Program (MEP)

  6. Global Technology InitiativeA free two-week study tour of China: industry and universities. • Provide the students a global perspective for engineering and entrepreneurship • Prepare them for career success in this globalization era http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/gti/

  7. Engineering Student Success Center Services provided: • Advising • Tutoring • Student Leadership • Leadership Training • Professional workshops

  8. MESA Engineering Program (MEP) • Assist educationally disadvantaged and first-generation college students attain degrees in math, engineering and science from four-year institutions. • MEP strongly encourages participation of students stemming from groups with historically low participation rates in college admissions.

  9. Student Organizations Over 35 different student organizations in all disciplines!

  10. Silicon Valley Engineering Scholarship • $851,000 offered since 2002 • Scholarship, $5,000 per year. • Funded by Applied Materials, Solectron, Lam Research, National Semiconductor, Xilinx, Cisco, etc.

  11. Scholarships In the last five years: 42 – Community College recipients 79 – High School recipients

  12. http://www.csumentor.edu/

  13. Important Dates • Priority Application Period • Fall 2010: Oct. 1 - Nov. 30, 2010 • Intent-to-Enroll & Deposit deadline: May 1, 2011 • Fall 2011: Complete 4 basic skills by Spring 2011

  14. Open House October 16, 20109:00 a.m. to Noon - Explore Engineering Majors - Department Presentations - Lab Tours and Clubs Showcase - Admission and Financial aid Workshops • Meet the Faculty and Students http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/about/events/open-house

  15. For more information College of Engineering: www.engr.sjsu.edu • Apply Online • Application Status • General • Admissions • http://www.csumentor.edu • http://my.sjsu.edu • http://www.sjsu.edu • https://info.sjsu.edu/home/admission.html

  16. Prepare for Success Plan ahead! Apply at www.csumentor.edu Before Nov. 30, 2010

  17. Chemical and Materials Engineers …better the world through innovative applications of engineering knowledge and skills

  18. You Can Make a Difference! Chemical and Materials Engineers are part of the solution! They make a difference in this world by designing new chemicals, materials, and processing that better the world. www.engr.sjsu.edu/cme cme@email.sjsu.edu

  19. Chemical and Materials Engineers Design a Better World • Medicine: personalized medicine, affordable pharmaceuticals and vaccines, better surgical tools for less invasive surgery, better implants and prosthetics • Alternative Energy Production & Storage: fuel cells, solar cells, biofuels, environmentally friendly batteries • Sustainable Development & Urban Infrastructure: affordable and effective water filtration systems, environmentally friendly construction materials, materials for better public transportation

  20. Industries Chemical and Materials Engineers work in… • Nanotechnology • Biotech, Biomaterials, Biomedical • Alternative Energy and Energy Storage • Microelectronics, Data storage • Aerospace • Sports materials • Petrochemicals & Food Processing

  21. Questions? Prof Stacy Gleixner Chemical & Materials Engineering (408) 924-4051 Stacy.Gleixner@sjsu.edu