EEE / ECP Showcase
Connect with Student Leaders
Michigan Tech electrical and computer engineering (EEE/ECP) students are in high demand – with good reason! Ensure you are their top consideration by engaging top talent before the Spring Career Fair. The EEE/ECP Showcase, in conjunction with the 2013 Spring Career Fair Continental Breakfast, provides companies the opportunity to interact with EEE/ECP student leaders and to get involved with the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Additionally, every company in attendance will have access to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Resume Book.
- Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
- Time: 9:00am-10:00am (Continental breakfast provided)
- Location: SDC – Career Fair Hospitality Suite
- 9:00-9:05am – Welcome by Department Chair, Dr. Daniel Fuhrmann
- 9:05-9:15am – Faculty Showcase
- 9:15-9:30am – Student Group Showcase
- 9:30-9:40am – Student Highlights
- 9:40-9:45am – Close by HKN President, Andrew Deckert
- 9:45-10:00am – Mingling
- Department Keynote by Dr. Daniel Fuhrmann, Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
- Student Keynote by Andrew Deckert, President of Eta Kappa Nu
- EEE/ECP student group poster exposition
- Meet and greet with EEE/ECP student leaders
We know you will love the EEE/ECP Showcase and if you are looking for even more exposure on campus, please consider the following opportunities:
- HKN Corporate Sponsorship – Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is the Electrical and Computer Engineering Honors Society. HKN represents the top students of the department and regularly interacts with EEE/ECP students through career opportunity presentations. Please contact Andrew Hoekstra (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
- Senior Design – This program connects students and industry through open-ended, industrial projects. This provides students the skills and experiences to launch them into successful careers while industry partners gain access to tomorrow’s Electrical and Computer Engineers today.
- Department Research – Faculty and students in the ECE Department carry out cutting-edge research in signals and systems, power systems, applied physics, and computer engineering. This activity is sponsored both internally by Michigan Tech, and with approximately $2M annually in external research expenditures from government and industry sources.