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  • Graduates
    fees and many more vital pieces of information are contained in your departmental handbooks websites and in related University sites Most relevant for graduate students are the Stanford Bulletin the GAP Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures the Research Policy Handbook and the Registrar s Office Stanford s Gateway for New Graduate Students also provides a very useful compendium of services information and programs for continuing students as well as new Vice Provost for Graduate Education The Office of the VPGE works collaboratively across the university to enrich students academic experiences advancing diversity preparing leasers and positioning Stanford at the forefront of innovation in graduate education Engineering doctoral and master s students contribute to and benefit from VPGE s programs promoting professional development interdisciplinary learning fellowship programs and many forms of educational innovation Financial Aid Many resources are available to help you fund graduate study Each graduate department manages fellowships research assistantships and teaching assistantships for graduate students in addition many students hold external fellowships NSF NDSEG or equivalent international awards or Stanford wide fellowships The VPGE s Graduate Student Funding offers a useful guide to these external and University wide programs The university s Financial Aid Office administers some need based funding for graduate students including the Grant in Aid program and federal loan programs in addition to managing all support for Stanford s undergraduates Engineering Diversity Programs The School of Engineering invests in a broad range of recruitment and retention programs geared towards increasing the breadth and diversity of engineering Go to the EDP site for information about our programs The Opportunity Job Fair and Graduate Professional and Peer Advising program may be particularly interesting to future incoming and current graduate students Global Engineering Programs The Global Engineering Programs provides international programs specifically tailored to engineering students education The

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  • Global Engineering Programs News | Engineering
    is your background in service learning and engineering and how does it link to your interest in Argentina I have used my engineering background to participate in engineering projects in Mexico Guatemala Mozambique and China All of these projects were aimed at improving living conditions of developing communities while also promoting local empowerment and ownership of projects I hope to continue devoting my background and efforts to provide opportunities for people by helping communities in the role that best suits the success of the project Having been born and raised in Peru I understand the urgency of the need for people to have secure and reliable basic resources This program focuses on what I believe in and allows students to learn about their strengths and weaknesses 4 What did you study for undergraduate and how is it different from the ME graduate program you are currently enrolled in I am in my 4th year of PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University I did my undergrad at Rutgers University in Mechanical Engineering The focus of my research is on the biomechanics of cardiovascular tissues with an emphasis on tissues with pathologies Parallel to my academic studies I have always been involved in service learning projects During my travels to Mexico Guatemala Mozambique and China I collaborated with fellow students from each country and worked on engineering problems with professional engineers 5 Could you give us some sense of where you see yourself in the future in terms of your career How does the program you are leading possibly link to your future career goals As I look to the future I hope to use my research and service experience to become a faculty member at a university doing both research and working on service projects with students I want to teach determination creativity hard work and perseverance to colleagues and students I will strive to provide educational opportunities for students like the ones I have been fortunate to have so that they can discover their own passions Being entrusted with the leadership role of the SSLP Argentina gives me the opportunity to use my engineering education and experience in service while also learning what it really takes to assemble a team to solve problems that affect many people in need Throughout my experiences in service projects I dealt not only with real technical aspects of engineering alongside professional engineers but also with the social political economic and cultural constraints involved in successfully implementing an engineering project This extraordinary opportunity will help me materialize something I have envisioned for many years which is that the world s problems are vast but if we combine forces and overcome our differences great things can be accomplished Student Lead Profile Tammy Chang Last fall Tammy Chang a PhD student in the Stanford Electrical Engineering Department was selected to be the student lead for our SETS program in China for summer 2016 GEP student interns had the opportunity to interview Tammy in order to learn

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  • Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award | Engineering
    Students Alumni Companies Faculty Staff Departments Aeronautics and Astronautics Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Management Science Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Institutes Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award Home Student Portal Student Honors The Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award is presented to only the top five percent of each year s undergraduate senior engineering class Terman scholars attend a celebratory luncheon and invite the most influential secondary school or other pre college teacher who guided them during the formative stages of their academic career The award is named after Fred Terman who was the fourth Dean of the School of Engineering at Stanford serving from 1944 1958 after which he became the Provost at the University and is generally credited along with President Wally Sterling as having started the process that has led Stanford to its present position among the leading universities of the world Printer friendly version Student Honors Terman Awards 2015 2016 Terman Awards 2014 2015 Terman Awards

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  • Areas of Study
    environmental issues impacting the biosphere land water and air quality Undergraduate degrees offered CE BS CE BSH CE Minor ENVEN BS ENVEN BSH ENVEN Minor Graduate degrees offered MS Engineer PhD Programs within CEE Architectural Design Atmosphere Energy Construction Program Environmental Engineering Science Environmental Fluid Mechanics And Hydrology Structural Engineering Geomechanics Computer Science CS The science of computing in a wide ranging field of focus areas Undergraduate degrees offered CS BS CS BSH CS Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Electrical Engineering EE Built on a foundation of physical science math computing technology Undergraduate degrees offered EE BS EE BSH EE Minor Graduate degrees offered MS Engineer PhD Management Science and Engineering MS E Plan design and implement complex economic and technological management systems Undergraduate degrees offered MGTSC BS MGTSC Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Materials Science and Engineering MatSci Study the relation between the structure processing and properties of materials Undergraduate degrees offered MATSC BS MATSC Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Mechanical Engineering ME Conceptualization analysis design and fabrication of mechanical devices processes and systems Undergraduate degrees offered ME BS ME BSH ME Minor Graduate degrees offered MS PhD Programs within Mechanical Engineering Biomechanical Engineering Product Design Flow Physics Computation Mechanics Computation Thermosciences Interdepartmental Interdisciplinary Majors Programs in Engineering Architectural Design AD Blending architectural design with cutting edge engineering technologies Undergraduate degrees offered ENGR BS ENGR BSH Biomechanical Engineering BME Integrates biology and clinical medicine with engineering mechanics and design Undergraduate degrees offered ENGR BS ENGR BSH Graduate degrees offered MS Biomedical Computation BMC Combines biology medicine and computer science in a cutting edge interdisciplinary degree Undergraduate degrees offered ENGR BS ENGR BSH Computational and Mathematical Engineering ICME Classical areas of the physical sciences combined with new emerging areas of business biology information and medicine Undergraduate degrees

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  • Engineering Physics Major | Engineering
    foundation in physics and mathematics together with engineering design and problem solving skills This background prepares students to tackle complex problems in multidisciplinary areas that are at the forefront of 21st Century technology such as solid state devices quantum optics and photonics materials science nanotechnology electromechanical systems energy systems and any engineering field that requires a very solid background in physics Because the program emphasizes science mathematics and engineering students are well prepared to pursue graduate work in engineering physics or applied physics The Engineering Physics major is summarized in the online version of the School of Engineering section of the Stanford University Bulletin and is described in detail in the School of Engineering Undergraduate Handbook on the Engineering Physics Major page This section includes a detailed description of the requirements and instructions for how to declare the Engineering Physics majors elsewhere on the UGHB site you will find template schedules for each of six specialties 4 Year Plans page program sheets Program Sheets page and guidelines on how to pursue and Honors degree in the program Honors Programs page Advising Many School of Engineering faculty members serve as advisors in the Engineering Physics program They are listed below by Engineering Physics specialty Solid State Physics Bruce Clemens Roger Howe Michael McGehee Evan Reed Photonics Roger Howe Michael McGehee Olav Solgaard Materials Science Mark Brongersma Bruce Clemens Michael McGehee Evan Reed Electromechanical System Design Ed Carryer Mark Cappelli Sigrid Close Energy Systems Mark Cappelli Bruce Clemens Michael McGehee Renewable Energy Bruce Clemens Michael McGehee Biophysics Stephen Quake Computational Science Ron Fedkiw Patrick Hanrahan Engineering Physics majors can apply for support to pursue summer research through the VPUE programs in Engineering or in Physics Engineering Physics majors who wish to pursue summer research with an Engineering faculty member should approach the

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  • Individually Designed Majors | Engineering
    Majors Home Individually Designed Majors Individually Designed Majors Engineering is evolving rapidly Many of the most interesting areas of study no longer fit within the purview of a single traditional department While interdisciplinary programs abound at Stanford some undergraduate students may still find that no existing degree program meets their unique educational goals For these students the school offers the Individually Designed Major in Engineering IDMEN An IDMEN program is designed by you with substantial faculty guidance and review It s a rigorous process requiring a strong commitment You must clearly define what you want demonstrate that your interests lie outside any established program then search out the courses faculty and fields that define a robust coherent plan of study It s not for everyone but the rewards can far outweigh the effort Getting started As a first step you should contact Professor Tom Kenny Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs and the head of the IDM review committee to discuss your proposed course of study Two faculty advisors are required to provide help and approval at least one from the School of Engineering You must then complete submit and secure approval for a comprehensive written proposal The proposal should be accompanied by a completed Individually Designed Major program sheet and a Four Year Plan sheet Submit one paper copy and one electronic copy of all these documents plus a copy of your unofficial SU transcript to Darlene Lazar in 135 Huang dlazar stanford edu You must have at least four quarters of undergraduate work remaining at Stanford after the quarter in which your proposal is submitted Proposals are reviewed three times per year October February and May The completed program will result in the degree of Bachelor of Science in Individually Designed Major in Engineering plus the approved title

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  • Academic Support & Resources
    of communication is usually at the department level your advisor and your department student services office but please come to our office if there are questions or issues that need further explanation Undergraduate Student Services Administrator Darlene Lazar Assistant Dean for Graduate Affairs Sally Gressens Administrative Associate Nan Aoki Department Student Services Staff Each of our departments and programs has a dedicated Student Services staff to support undergraduate and graduate

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  • Academic Advising | Engineering
    for the Environment Search this site Primary links About Research Faculty Admissions Education Collaborations Academic Advising Home Student Portal Academic Support Resources Academic Advising In addition to Undergraduate Advising and Research which is available to you throughout your undergraduate career the following departmental faculty and staff within the School of Engineering are available to provide advice and support School of Engineering Directors of Undergraduate Study Aeronautics and Astronautics Fu Kuo Chang Durand 385 650 723 3466 Bioengineering Karl Deisseroth Clark W083 650 725 8524 Chemical Engineering Eric Shaqfeh 500 500M 650 723 3764 Civil and Environmental Engineering Sarah Billington Y2E2 285A 650 723 4125 Computer Science Mahran Sahami Gates 180 650 723 6059 Electrical Engineering Dwight Nishimura Packard 255 650 723 4533 Management Science Engineering Ross Shachter Huang 337 650 723 4173 Materials Science Engineering Robert Sinclair Durand 113 650 723 1102 Mechanical Engineering Chris Edwards 520 206 650 723 2014 Once you have declared a major the Student Services Manager within your chosen department is your primary resource for information on degree requirements and deadlines and administrative procedures and policies Aeronautics and Astronautics Patrick Ferguson Durand 250 650 723 2757 Bioengineering Teri Hankes Clark S165 650 724 5314 Chemical Engineering Pamela Dixon Stauffer III 113 650 723 4906 Civil and Environmental Engineering Jill Nomura Y2E2 316 650 725 2386 Computer Science Claire Stager Gates 1 B 182 650 723 6094 Meredith Hutchin 650 723 6077 Electrical Engineering Amy Duncan Packard 177 650 723 3194 Management Science Engineering Lori Cottle Huang 141 650 725 1633 Materials Science Engineering Tori Gottlieb Durand 111A 650 725 2648 Mechanical Engineering Brittany Voelker 530 125 650 725 7695 Also available as resources in the following departments areas are Architectural Design John Barton Y2E2 267 650 736 8149 Atmosphere Energy Mark Jacobson Y2E2 397 650

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