Distinguished Achievement in Industry Award

  • This is the nomination form for the Rutgers School of Engineering's Distinguished Achievement in Industry Award.

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Distinguished Achievement in Research Award

This is the nomination form for the Rutgers School of Engineering's Distinguished Achievement in Research Award.

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Medal of Excellence Award Nomination Form

This is the nomination form for the Rutgers School of Engineering's Medal of Excellence Award.

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(limit of 2 pages) - State why the candidate should be considered for the award, including: 1. Career accomplishments. 2. Community and professional service. 3. Continued engagement with Rutgers University School of Engineering
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Distinguished Young Alumnus/a Award

  • This is the nomination form for the Rutgers School of Engineering's Distinguished Young Alumnus/a Award. 

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The Dean’s Award for Service

The Dean’s Award for Service

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The Distinguished Engineer Award

The Distinguished Engineer Award

  • This is the nomination form for the Rutgers Engineering Society Distinguished Engineer Award.

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Senior Send-off RSVP

Saturday, May 13, 2017
2:00 p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Engineering Lawn, Busch Campus

 

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GSET 2014 Acceptance

CONGRATULATIONS and welcome to Governor's School! We're very excited to have you join us this summer! From June 30th-July 26th, you'll work really hard, but you'll learn many amazing things, meet lots of people who are very smart (yet much more normal than you'd expect), and have a great time. We have a number of classes, small group research projects, trips, guest speakers, and exciting activities lined up for you. You'll be living in the dorms at Rutgers along with a team of Residential Teaching Associates, all of whom are college engineering students.

Learn about engineering and technology" is much too vague of an answer! "Learning about current research in biomedical devices" or "learning to build a computer" are better answers! Last year, we were able to fill a good number of the requests students made on topics related to engineering/tech (and also on many totally unrelated topics).
Yes, we know this was on the application, but it often changes between when the applications are submitted and when the program starts. If there are anything specific areas of interest inside those disciplines, let us know those as well.
We like to give our staff some sense of the students before they get here. We'd appreciate it if you could write a paragraph or so about your interests, hobbies, and any unique talents you might have... or any other conversation starters. As the program gets closer, we'll post the same information from our staff members
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GSET 2015 Elective Classes

This summer there will be three difference groups of electives (Elective A, Elective B, and Elective C). Read the list of brief descriptions for the classes that are being offered this summer (click here) and rank all four classes in each group of electives (1 being your favorite and 5 being least favorable). Make sure to enter your name, email address, then rank the electives in each group of electives.

First PreferenceSecond PreferenceThird PreferenceFourth PreferenceFifth Preference
Software Engineering with Android *
Mathematics in the World *
Pharmaceutical Engineering *
The Hydrogen Economy *
Shake, Rattle, and Roll: building machines with a sense of balance *
First PreferenceSecond PreferenceThird PreferenceFourth PreferenceFifth Preference
Engineering Your Every Day World - Topics in Civil Engineering *
Earthquake Resistant Structures *
Exploring Packaging Engineering using SOLIDWORKS *
Game Design *
Fundamentals of Micro- and Nanofabrication *
First PreferenceSecond PreferenceThird PreferenceFourth PreferenceFifth Preference
Offshore wind energy: using weather forecasting to mitigate climate change *
Engineering the Future of Surgery *
Stellarscapes *
Everything’s Material! Diving into the Exciting Field of Material Science and Engineering *
Engineering.m *
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