Engineering and Science Pathways to Success Program Deadline
Faculty Host: Jay Brockman and Margaret Dobrowolska
Are you a science or engineering intent who would like to become more engaged in the learning community that surrounds your field of interest while growing academically, personally, and spiritually?
The College of Engineering and the College of Science invite first-year students to participate in their Engineering and Science Pathways to Success program.
In this program you will:
• Learn to study smarter
• Dream big and make it happen
• Build faculty relationships and utilize resources
• Cease procrastination and increase follow through
• Enhance your wellness
• Build resiliency
Become part of an amazing group where students support each other and help one another deal with stress and develop greater resiliency. Your peer mentor will provide practical ideas that will help you improve your grades and deepen your enjoyment of your academic experience.
The professors who lead this experience are dedicated to ensuring student success and well-being.
Participants must attend four sessions, 75 minutes each, on one Sunday per month in the spring semester: January 17, February 7, March 6, and April 10. All start times are 3:00 pm.
Please send an email to Dr. Kathleen Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for these sessions. Details will follow once you are enrolled.
Students will be enrolled on a first come, first served basis. Enrollment is limited.