Are you at least 18-years of age? Do you identify as LatinX or Hispanic? Are you an undergraduate or graduate engineering student at Arizona State University?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, Cindy Rogel Bahena, a Barrett, The Honors College student working on an Honors Thesis project with the guidance of Tirupalavanam Ganesh, invites you to participate in a research study. Participation is voluntary and involves completing a 15-minute survey for a Study of LatinX Engineering Competence, Performance, and Recognition.
The International Students and Scholars Center cares about your success. We know that you may experience challenges throughout your time in college, and this can impact your ability to succeed in the classroom, especially as you begin your studies with ASU Sync this semester.
As a reminder, ASU has a one-credit course, UNI 220: Mindset Connections, that will help you learn new strategies to keep you on track for academic success. ASU data shows that students who complete this course obtain the skills necessary to raise their GPAs and successfully graduate from ASU.
In Spring 2021, there will be a special section of UNI 220 for U.S. students to join students from around the world. The class will be taught by Drew Ross, associate director in the international students and scholars center. Ross will ensure that the course incorporates a multicultural student experience.
UNI 220 Mindset Connection (#19418)
Monday, January 25, 2021–Friday, April 23, 2021 (**this class starts the third week of the semester**)
Tuesdays 4:30–5:30 p.m. AZ Time
Discovery Hall (DISCVRY) 123, Tempe campus [map] and/or via ASU Sync
We hope you find this class to be an interesting experience to add to your Spring 2021 course calendar.
If you have any questions, please contact the ISSC at email@example.com.
Are you an undergraduate or 4+1 engineering student at ASU? Are you at least 18 years of age? If you answered “yes” to these questions, you’re invited to participate in a research study. Participation is voluntary and involves completing a 15-minute Engineering Self-Efficacy Survey.
This research project is being conducted by Elizabeth Jones, a Barrett Honors student working on her Honors Thesis project with the guidance of Tirupalavanam Ganesh. She is interested in learning more about undergraduate and 4+1 engineering students’ self-efficacy (your belief in your capacity to earn an engineering degree), sense of belonging (belong as an engineer, be included in the engineering profession) and engineering engagement (via Fulton Difference activities).
In order to draw inferences that can be used to make recommendations to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Jones is hoping to collect data from 1,500 participants. Upon completion of the survey, you will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for one of fifty $20 gift-cards. Note: Only one entry per person.Take the survey now!
In order to participate, you must be 18 years or older and acknowledge the consent form on the survey.