Welcome to The Accelerator, a monthly e-newsletter and blog that keeps engineering students informed and helps them connect and succeed. Here you will find the latest news affecting student life, engineering, and higher education; information on contests, grants, fellowships, scholarships, and internships; tips on career planning; and interesting examples of student research. Each of the categories below links to a website-blog that features a large and growing collection of useful sources. Sign up here.
Writing for daily newspapers, helping construct particle physics equipment, and building eco-friendly, modern houses -- these are just a few of the summer opportunities that engineering students found by looking beyond the lab bench. Read More
|From the Student Division
The Student Division sponsored a number of sessions, featuring papers on such topics as: Exploring the Experience of Undergraduate Research
; Student-directed Professional Development; Experiential Learning; and Teaching Your First Large Lecture. Read the papers using the online session locator
. Learn more about the Student Division.
Watch the Robot Football Competition
: Notre Dame University vs. Ohio Northern University.
From ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) to WEPAN (Women in Engineering ProActive Network), some 30 professional societies, nonprofits, activist groups, and service organizations offer a variety of programs and information for engineering students. Click here for a complete alphabetical listing.
Have an awesome student project or startup company? Or a great story about how you got your first engineering job? Tell us here.
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