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Are you interested in helping award scholarships to exceptional engineering undergraduates? The review period takes place during the month of November and takes no more than 3-4 hours. Each reviewer will be given a one page essay and a list of extracurricular activities for 10-15 applicants. Sign up today to review student scholarship applications! The deadline is October 24th!
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- UCLA Engineering Master of Science Degree On-Line
- UCLA Extension Engineering and Technology Certificate Programs
- UCLA Career Center
With newly admitted students at UCLA Alumni Day and Engineering Open House
With current students as an alumni judge for student competitions
As a mentor for an individual student or student project team
As a guest speaker at a special event including career panels and alumni networking events
As a host for dinner with 12 strangers
With alumni in your department:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
By joining an Engineering Alumni Association committee
By nominating a fellow engineering alumni for an Engineering Alumni Award
By helping your respective department organize an alumni networking event at your company
By funding a student scholarship or fellowship
By contributing to the Alumni Legacy Campaign for Engineering VI
With the goal of sparking a broader and deeper discussion on artificial intelligence, UCLA computer science professor Adnan Darwiche has authored an in-depth examination on the state of the field and the general public’s perceptions of it.
What if you could have a sheet of solar cells so flexible, thin, and clear, that you could simply roll it onto the side of a building? Or even a window? What if solar cells could even be painted on?
The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering welcomes 15 new professors in 2018-19 to a roster that includes more than 30 affiliated faculty members who are part of the National Academy of Engineering and 70 winners of the NSF CAREER Award.
This year was highly competitive for the entering freshman class (read why they selected Samueli here). We received more than 26,200 applications for 775 spots; of those offered admission, 31 percent selected Samueli–a number that continues to increase each year.
UCLA receives $3 million NSF grant for a new graduate education program at the crossroads of data science, mathematics, cryptography, artificial intelligence, genomics, behavior science and social science
3D printers, a virtual reality system, electronics fabrication tools and more will be available, free of charge, for personal projects and group activities.