A-MAIZE-ING 2018 PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT : CHECK BACK IN SEPTEMBER
For more information, please sign up for mailing list and we will notify you when the projects go live. Be sure to mark you calendars for the Project Preview Night (10/3) and Project Fair (10/4) as well!
1. Review all of the projects that interest you.
2. Be sure you’ll have time in your schedule
Make a plan and meet with your academic advisor. All projects require a minimum of two semesters to give you enough time to dive deep into the Engineering design process and deliver an amazing result. All projects start in January 2018, and will end in December 2018. You must apply by mid-October 2017 to be considered for a spot on a team
- Faculty Research Project Teams require 2 credit hours per semester (Undergraduate and Graduate)
- Partner-Sponsored Projects require 7 credit hours split across two terms (3/4 or 4/3) (Undergraduate)
- Partner-Sponsored Projects require 4 credit hours split across two terms (2/2)** (Graduate)
**In some cases, a student's degree requirements will necessitate 1 credit of ENGR 599 in the Winter semester and 3 credits in the Fall (ex: ME 590).
3. Attend the Project Preview Night(10/3) and/or Project Fair(10/4)
Many representatives from the Partner-Sponsored and Faculty Research Project teams will be there to discuss the projects with you and answer any of your questions.
Attend one or both of these events to shake hands and meet the Professionals from the teams that interest you. Attire is very casual. Jeans are fine.
Attending one of these events will highly improve your chances of securing a spot on a team. More info to come!
4. You may apply for as many projects as you like.
Applying for multiple teams will increase the likelihood of matching successfully to a team. Each student will only receive one offer to join one project team. No students are guaranteed an offer.
5. For each project you wish to apply for, you will….
- Write one brief and concise paragraph. See example here
- Optional: Complete one online video-interview. Links are in the application, master list here
How to Apply for an MDP Project