Student Alumni Council invites you to hear Bret Saurwein '86, manager at Continental Automotive, share his experiences of moving from engineering into management. Join them ninth Wednesday in the Cribathon. Lunch provided.
Take a break from studying. Come have a late night snack served to you by faculty and staff. Late Night Breakfast is Wednesday, Dec. 12 will begin at 10:30 pm in the Sunset Room. Come hungry.
If you have taken a name off the Giving Tree in the Great Court please have presents wrapped and returned to the Student Life Office by 5 p.m. on Monday, December 5.
This 10-week KEEN-sponsored program is designed to offer practical “hands-on” innovation and entrepreneurial training, based on the Engineering Grand Challenge to “Reverse-engineer the Brain”, providing freshman students with the necessary skills to acquire and analyze neurofeedback data. By using “hands-on” exercises, including the actual design development and implementation of neurofeedback systems, students will learn to use a systematic approach to surveying assessment and testing of neurofeedback electroencephalogram (EEG) data.