Learn about undergraduate research at the Engineering Mentors Speaker Series, Feb. 27

students on Palm Walk

Learn how to get involved in undergraduate research and the opportunities it provides at the Engineering Futures Mentor Speaker Series – Undergraduate Research.

Meet Yasmine Sleiman, an Engineering Futures mentor who has international lab experience and is currently working in an immune engineering lab while also completing her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering at ASU.

Engineering Futures Mentor Speaker Series – Undergraduate Research
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024
3:30–4:30 p.m.

Engineering Center – F wing (ECF) 120, Tempe campus [map]
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Engineering Futures is designed to help retain you – a college student in engineering. By engaging in this program beginning in your first semester, you will find the academic and social support you need to navigate the transition to college. The Engineering Futures program offers you a network of peers, peer mentors, industry representatives, alumni and faculty. The ultimate goal is to facilitate the development of your identity as an engineer!