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  • Vision for Engineering Diversity Programs
    awareness and knowledge of collaboratively improving the learning teaching research scholarly entrepreneurial and professional environments It empowers students to take leadership roles in academia government industry and not for profit agencies The T shape student will have the breadth to be entrepreneurial innovative and creative while demonstrative strong social intelligence leadership skills For depth the T shape students strength will embody a passion for math science and engineering fundamentals especially

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  • Action
    page Undergraduate Programs For undergraduates at Stanford the School of Engineering provides accelerated calculus series ACE the opportunity job fair OJF a summer engineering academy SSEA for incoming freshmen a graduate and professional peer advising program GP2A geared towards encouraging engineering majors and higher level studies summer session grants SSG summer research fellowships SURF and individualized specialized tutorial grants Additionally the School of Engineering supports the program and leadership activities of the Society of Women Engineers SWE Society of Black Engineers and Scientists SBSE American Indian Science and Engineering Society AISES and the Stanford Society of Latino Engineers SOLE formerly SSCLES These student societies are chapters of national engineering organizations which concentrate their activities on professional development academic assistance community involvement and cultural responsibility in engineering Graduate Programs Recruitment The Associate Dean of Diversity Affairs and many engineering faculty regularly visit campuses across the U S host diversity recruitment weekends and produce recruitment publications Admissions and Enrollment Application advice is available from the Associate Dean of Diversity Affairs During the decision making process you will have access to Stanford faculty students and staff especially the Graduate Recruitment and Diversity Day See also Diversity in Graduate School Retention and Academic Enrichment

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  • Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) | Engineering
    increase opportunities for undergraduate students in science technology engineering and mathematics STEM fields Students participating in the SURF program receive a stipend for 10 weeks during the summer to work with a faculty mentor and other students to produce an identifiable research result The synthesis of teaching and research is fundamental to Stanford University the School of Engineering and our Engineering Diversity Programs All engineering faculty engage in scholarly research most often in association with graduate students or advanced undergraduates Much of this research takes place at the department level but there are many interdisciplinary programs as well Resources for Finding Faculty that Match your Research Interests Stanford Engineering Faculty Research Guide 2012 2013 School of Engineering Faculty School of Medicine Faculty Graduate School of Business Faculty Law School Faculty School of Earth Sciences Faculty School of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Laboratories Research Centers and Affiliate Programs Undergraduate Research through Departments Office of Science Outreach List of Research Opportunities and Internships It is often up to the undergraduate student to identify and initiate contact with faculty with similar research interests for research opportunities A helpful guide for starting research can be found here For any questions related to SURF please email Martha Escalera Student Affairs Administrative Manager at marthae stanford edu School of Engineering Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates REU Contacts by Department Aeronautics and Astronautics Contact directly the AA professor you would like to work with Bioengineering Contact Teri Hankes thankes stanford edu Chemical Engineering Contact Pamela Dixon prdixon stanford edu or Professor Andrew Spakowitz ajspakow stanford edu Civil and Environmental Engineering Contact Professor Ali Boehm aboehm stanford edu Computer Science Contact Peche Turner peche cs stanford edu Electrical Engineering Contact Meo Kittiwanich meok stanford edu Engineering Physics Contact Mark Cappelli cap stanford edu Management Science and Engineering Contact

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  • Financial Aid, Internships, and Scholarships | Engineering
    year COMTO National Scholarship Program Deadline April 22 Federal Cyber Service Scholarship for Service SFS Deadline December 19 Gates Millennium Scholarship Deadline varies Google United Negro College Fund Scholarship Deadline varies HENAAC Student Leadership Award Deadline April 30 IBM University Internships Deadline varies Microsoft Scholarship Program Deadline February 1 MUST Scholarship Program Deadline May The National Academies Fellowships Office of Policy and Global Affairs Ford Foundation Fellowship Program Deadline November of senior year Vietnam Education Foundation For Vietnamese citizens Deadline varies National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering NACME Deadline varies US National Defense Education Program SMART Scholarship Deadline December 1 National Security Agency NSA Scholarships Deadline September 1 November 30 National Society of Black Engineers NSBE Deadline varies Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows Deadline November 9 Rotary Academic Year Ambassadorial Scholarships Deadline varies ROTC Scholarship Program Military Scholarships Navy Marines Army Air Force Deadline varies SHPE Foundation Society of Women Engineers SWE Deadline varies Deadline varies Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship Internship Program Deadline September 30 Internships and Research Opportunities Stanford Summer Research Program in Biomedical Sciences SSRP Amgen Scholars Program AT T Labs Research Summer Internships Deadline January 15 Broad Institute MIT and Harvard Summer Research Deadline February 1 Brookhaven National Laboratory Undergraduate Laboratory Internship SULI Deadline varies Caltech MURF and SURF Undergraduate Research Fellowships Deadline January 12 US Environmental Protection Agency EPA GRO Undergraduate Fellowships Deadline varies Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies FSI Stanford Fellowships Deadline varies Homeland Security HS STEM Summer Internship Program Deadline January 5 Inroads Deadline August 1 March 31 Link Foundation Marine Science and Engineering Summer Internships Deadline March 1 National Nanotechnology Institute Network NNIN REU Deadline February 8 National Science Foundation NSF REU Deadline June 1 NASA Undergraduate Research Scholars Program URSP Deadline October 11 Sandia National Laboratories Student Internships SIPs Deadline November 30 of year prior to spring summer placement Deadline July 31 for fall placement Stanford Linear Accelerator Center SLAC Laboratory Internships Deadline October 1 Stanford Summer Undergraduate Research in Geosciences and Engineering SURGE Deadline February 1 Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Career Program SEO Deadline varies Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology TRUST REU Deadline March 1 The Leadership Alliance undergraduate research experience and mentoring Deadline February 1 UC Berkeley Undergraduate Research Experience COINS the Center of Integrated Nanomechanical Systems Deadline January 31 SUPERB CSIS Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley Deadline February 15 General Outreach Opportunities Other Resources Kaiser EDU list of fellowships and internships in health policy and related fields www kaiseredu org Fellowships and Internships aspx NASA Higher Education Programs www nasa gov audience foreducators postsecondary programs index htm US Department of Energy DOE Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education http orise orau gov science education internships scholarships fellowships undergraduates aspx Our hope is that this list will serve as a useful supplemental resource it is not a substitution for consulting with departments financial aid offices and other national sources If any information in this listing is outdated please contact the

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  • Commitment to Engineering Diversity
    9 of undergraduates are foreign students Ranked number 1 in Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Computer Science and Environmental Engineering by the National Research Council Ranked top seven in Aeronautics and Astronautics Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Management Science Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering by the National Research Council Ranked number 1 in Environmental Engineering and Computer Science top five in Aeronautics and Astronautics Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Management

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  • Results
    I work on research in Globally Distributed Work Teams in the High Tech Industry What s Great About Studying at Stanford Again the faculty is the most critical component The mentoring aspect is HUGE here My mentor Asst Professor Pam Hinds is awesome She was key in my decision to study here She involved me in research right away and within my first year I was doing fieldwork in Germany and India The high standards here continually build your skills and real world relevance is key Even the setup of the offices in the department encourages social learning and the physical and psychological proximity is tremendous What I Hope to Do Stanford is grooming me to become an academic and I hope to join one of the premier research institutions when I complete the program here See more about Tsedal on the Work Technology and Organization website Undergraduate Freddie Castillo Product Design Major Class of 2006 Why I Chose Stanford My older brother Gilbert Product Design 1992 was a student here when I was growing up I thought the stuff he worked on was really neat and he gave me Stanford shirts to wear that I thought were cool My

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  • Pre College Programs for Engineering Diversity | Engineering
    is designed to expose underrepresented minority students to the possibility of a career in math science or engineering Math classes are combined with science projects such as construction and launching of bottle rockets as well as with mentoring and advising and recreational activities like weekly swimming sessions a T shirt design contest and weekly assemblies PCMI Valdes Math also engages students in a university environment by contact with Stanford students graduate students and faculty Finally PCMI attempts to build skills that will assist students throughout their high school careers such as study skills self teaching test taking and a strong work ethic What we want to do is make students who are just average in math into math nerds Dr Noé Lozano Co Founder and Program Director For Redwood City students and parents Applications for PCMI Valdes Math 2016 will be available through Redwood City schools beginning in the spring of 2016 Please contact your school principals or teachers with questions about this program or visit http www josevaldesmath org For Stanford tutors Applications to be nominated for staffing PCMI Valdes Math 2016 will be available online February 2016 You can learn more about the available positions by visiting http www josevaldesmath org pa application Level Playing Field Institute Summer Math And Science Honors Academy SMASH Overview SMASH is a state of the art Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM summer enrichment program at the UC Berkeley and Stanford campuses Since 2011 LPFI selects high potential low income high school students of color to participate in the science technology engineering and math STEM focused SMASH Academy at Stanford University While living on campus for five weeks students experience college and are compelled to learn to prioritize their efforts and manage their full schedules Through study session scholars are exposed to the concepts of office hours and of seeking help from instructors teaching assistants and peers SMASH scholars also receive year round academic support including SAT prep college counseling financial aid workshops and other activities to ensure continued academic success Program Vision The objectives of such a program are as follows Prepare students from underrepresented communities to be competitive in science technology engineering and math STEM related studies at competitive universities Educate students about graduate school opportunities and encourage them to eventually attend in order to further pursue professional STEM related studies or careers Encourage a sense of social responsibility through promotion of critical thinking civic awareness and leadership With its finely tuned integrated curriculum SMASH guides its scholars through an inquiry based process that allows them to use math and science to solve real world problems of relevance to them They learn content through its application and have access to modern lab equipment Through research projects and group work scholars complete college like assignments The Summer Math and Science Honors SMASH Academy is A three year 5 week summer math and science enrichment program For high achieving low income high school students of color Focused on Science Technology Engineering and

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  • Stanford Summer Engineering Academy (SSEA) | Engineering
    principles required for success in the engineering math and physical sciences majors Explore the campus and its many resources Build a network of friends and faculty as you live on campus for one month Plan your four years at Stanford SSEA presents a preview of what the Stanford School of Engineering offers including An overview of the School of Engineering major programs to help inspire and define academic choices Exposure to engineering courses prior to the official start of your freshman year The SSEA Program The four week SSEA program covers bioengineering biomechanical engineering civil and environmental engineering chemical engineering computer science electrical engineering management science and engineering materials science and engineering and mechanical engineering as well as math and physics The program provides An overview of the engineering departments and degree programs from Stanford faculty An opportunity to get to know the campus and fellow students before fall quarter Room and board in a Stanford dorm for one month Hands on engineering and science work including lab projects and field trips Opportunities to have lunches with esteemed Stanford Faculty Individual counseling sessions to create a 4 year plan which will be a valuable curriculum guide to accomplishing your goals at Stanford An orientation to the many resources and programs offered at Stanford such as the Center for Teaching and Learning CTL and various Engineering Diversity Programs such as Accelerated Calculus for Engineers ACE Resume building workshops to encourage professionalism Corporate dinners where company representatives introduce themselves and share about the work they do past companies include Cisco McKinsey Company and Google Curriculum There will be morning and afternoon sessions The morning sessions will cover different engineering or science topics every day The afternoon sessions will consist of math computer science and a learning strategy class covering a wide range

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