Incoming UNT College of Engineering master’s and doctoral students learned about life at UNT and how to make the most of their academic experience at the Graduate School Orientation, held on Aug. 21.
The College of Engineering welcomed the attendees, noting that they are part of the largest incoming group of graduate students to the College. Dr. Kuruvilla John, Associate dean of research and graduate studies, provided an overview of the various graduate degrees offered by the departments of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical and Energy Engineering. Students also learned about opportunities such as:
Kathryn Beasley, graduate recruiter & retention coordinator for the College, outlined the types of funding students can seek, including teaching assistantships, research assistantships, scholarships and fellowships, and graduate assistantships.
After the College orientation, the departments of Electrical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical and Energy Engineering held orientations for their respective students. Graduate orientations for Computer Science and Engineering and Engineering Technology will be held soon.
For more information about graduate degrees offered by the UNT College of Engineering, please contact Kathryn Beasley.