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Howdy ENGR 111/112 students: remember that it is a course requirement to attend at least one industry seminar. You will have to reserve a seat through obtaining a free ticket as done here

 

PURPOSE: 

The ENGR 111/112 Industry Seminar Presentations serve to increase students’ exposure to the wide variety of opportunities available within the Dwight Look College of Engineering and within the field of engineering after they graduate. This will help students make an informed decision when it comes to selecting a major in the College of Engineering. 

Throughout the semester, the 3,000+ students currently enrolled in an ENGR 111/112 course will have the opportunity to register for and attend presentations about companies within the field of engineering.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

Please remember that we will be swiping all students' IDs upon exiting the theatre. Thus, in order to receive credit, all students must sign-in and sign-out.

Students currently taking ENGR 111/112 are REQUIRED to attend AT LEAST ONE Industry Seminar (more information is available in your course syllabus). Failure to do so will negatively impact your course grade as outlined in the syllabus. 

When attending the Industry Seminar, please come with business casual attire, your student ID, and either the digital or physical copy of your ticket order confirmation. Remember, these industry representatives are our guests, and your actions not only reflect yourself, but the entire Texas A&M University System: make it on time and electronic devices will not be tolerated during the presentation. SEC has the right to ask you to leave the presentation and not receive credit if seen using an electronic device.

 

DRESS CODE: 

Business Casual attire is required. The link beside is an example of business casual: here.

Shorts, jeans, t-shirts, open-toed/tennis shoes, etc will NOT be tolerated and the student will be asked to leave without credit for attendance. If you do not feel comfortable attending a professional interview in your attire, it is NOT appropriate. 

 

FOR A LISTING OF ALL THE COMPANIES THAT WILL BE ATTENDING THIS SEMESTER, CHECK OUT BELOW!

Complete Event Listing on Eventzilla: use this site to complete the ticket reservation process. 

All events this semester will commence at 7:30 pm sharp on the day noted in the Rudder Theatre, and you will be expected to stay until you are dismissed by SEC personnel. Arrive on the second floor entrance to the theatre for the check in process beginning at 7:00 pm. Any SEC member reserves the right to deny admission based on tardiness or incorrect attire. 


Follow the instructions through the eventzilla website and complete all information to reserve your spot for a seminar. 

Company: Date: Location and Time:
Accenture 7-Feb Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
LyondellBasell
21-Feb Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Schlumberger
22-Feb
Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
PwC
28-Feb
Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Boeing
8-Mar Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Marathon Petroleum 28-Mar Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Valero 11-Apr
Rudder Theatre at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

UNENROLLING FROM A SEMINAR:

Students will be able to “drop” a seminar until 24 hours before the presentation.  If they do NOT drop a seminar by this deadline, they MUST attend and will suffer the consequences as outlined in the course syllabus (i.e., a letter-grade reduction for the first absence). If an absence is due to a University Excused Absence, please send an email to the address below. In order to request a cancellation for a Industry Seminar, please complete the following form. As long as the form is completed accurately and before the 24 hour window, you can trust that it will have no effect on your grade. You should receive a confirmation email, and we will have a record of the completed form. 

CONTACT:
If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to email the Engineering Development Co-Chairs: Nick Booth & Dominick Fabian at engrdevelopment@sec.tamu.edu or stop by the Student Engineers' Council office in Koldus Student Activities Office Tuesday 2-3pm or Wednesday 12-1pm.

 

 

ETAM Saturday

ETAM Saturday is a mandatory event for students enrolled in ENGR 112.  The purpose of this event is to expose students to all the different types of Engineering Departments here at Texas A&M before the Entry-to-a-Major process.

Requirements:

Every student must attend one seminar from POOL A and one seminar from POOL B in order to receive credit for the event.  The Pools are listed below.  Each student may only register for one seminar in each pool during the initial registration from March 6th-March 24th.  If space is available, students may register for additional seminars in either pool beginning on March 25th. In order to attend a seminar, you must show the check-in station your student ID and confirmation e-mail from Eventzilla. Students will not be allowed entry to a seminar if they are over ten minutes late.

     POOL A: AERO, BMEN, CHEN, CVEN, ECEN, MEEN, PETE, and Industrial Distribution

     POOL B: BAEN, CSE, ESET, MMET, MXET, ISEN, ITDE, NUEN, and OCEN

Registration:

A complete list of all the department presentations available can be found on Eventzilla's links below. Registration will open on March 6th at noon and close on March 24th at noon for students to register for one seminar from each pool.  Once you click on a department's event, choose a time to attend their seminar. DO NOT REGISTER FOR TWO SEMINARS AT THE SAME TIME.

Dress Code:

Dress code for ETAM Saturday is casual.  (Industry Nights are still BUSINESS ATTIRE).

Additional Opportunities:

Each department may provide additional events to learn about their department in case a student was not able to attend their seminar or would like additional information.  A list of those opportunities may be found below, posted as opportunities are made available.  We encourage students to participate in these events, as they may be beneficial in making his/her Entry-to-a-major decision.

CONTACT:
If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to email the Engineering Development Co-Chairs: Nick Booth & Dominick Fabian at engrdevelopment@sec.tamu.edu or stop by the Student Engineers' Council office in Koldus Student Activities Office Tuesday 2-3pm or Wednesday 12-1pm.

Department: Location:
Aerospace HRBB 124
Bio. & Ag. Scoates 208
Biomedical ETB 1037
CHEN Room 1 CHEN 102
CHEN Room 2 CHEN 104
Civil CVE 110
CSCE RICH 101
ITDE ENPH 204 
Electrical & Comp RICH 114
ID FERM 303
ISEN ETB 1020
Mechanical ENPH 202
Nuclear AIEN M207
Ocean CVE 118
ESET/MMET THOM 112D
Petroleum RICH 106

Each Seminar will last approximately 40 minutes and start on the hour from 10-3 PM.

AERO

BAEN

BMEN

CHEN

CSCE

CVEN

ECEN

ET

ID

ISEN

MEEN

MSEN

NUEN

PETE

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