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HISPANIC & LATINX IN ENGINEERING ALUMNI PANEL

Tuesday, November 15
 
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
 
UNC Charlotte College of Engineering
 
 
The College of Engineering is looking for several alumni to participate in our Hispanic & LatinX in Engineering Alumni Panel this fall! As a panelist, you will share your personal experiences of how Charlotte shaped and equipped you for success in the engineering industry, as well as how you overcame social, academic, and professional challenges. Dean Rob Keynton will moderate the panel, and students from the LatinX Engineering and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) organizations will be in attendance. Food will be provided.
 
To sign up, please submit your interest through our Google Form and you will be contacted shortly. If you are unable to access the form, please send an email and your resume to alumni.engineering@uncc.edu.

ALUMNI IN THE CLASSROOM

Faculty are once again seeking alumni guest speakers to discuss their careers and expertise in various courses throughout the fall semester! Course information is listed below. If you are able to volunteer for one of the following opportunities, please submit your interest and current resume through our Google Form and you will be contacted shortly. If you are unable to access the form, please send an email and your resume to alumni.engineering@uncc.edu.

FALL COURSES

Mechanical Engineering Transfer Success (MEGR 0699-002)
Format: In-person 
Date/Time of Class: Monday, October 24 from 10:10 - 11:00 a.m.
Desired speaker’s career and expertise, and what they will discuss:
Alumni who graduated from the BSME program to discuss their current position, how the BSME program prepared them for their current job, networking opportunities, helpful tips for completing the BSME program, etc.   
 
Hydraulics and Hydrology (CEGR3143)
Format: Flexible (virtual or in-person)
Days/Time of Class: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12:20 – 1:10 p.m.
Desired speaker’s career and expertise, and what they will discuss: Professionals from consulting firms, utility companies, government agencies, etc., talking about their real-life projects/experiences at work using knowledge on fluid mechanics, hydraulics, or hydrology (design, operation, compliance, etc.).
 
Systems Engineering Concepts (SEGR 2110)
Format: In-person
Days/Time of Class: Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 - 2:15 p.m.
Desired speaker’s career and expertise, and what they will discuss: Transportation engineering and mobility systems industry is preferred.
 
Computational Methods for Systems Engineering II (SEGR 3105)
Format: In-person
Days/Time of Class: Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Desired speaker’s career and expertise, and what they will discuss: Transportation engineering and mobility systems industry is preferred.