CSU hosts free peek into engineering programs Oct. 18-23

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Jennifer Dimas
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Colorado State University will host Engineering Exploration Week Oct. 18-23 for high school and transfer students to interact with engineering departments and learn more about each major, the University’s engineering community and life on campus.

All events are free

All events are free. Sessions offered Oct. 18-22 will be virtual and highlight different majors in engineering, culminating with an in-person event on Saturday, Oct. 23. Highlights include in-person tours, student panels and breakout sessions.

In addition to general sessions, students can explore classes and talk with current students and faculty in engineering disciplines such as chemical and biological, civil, environmental, electrical, computer, mechanical, and biomedical. Engineering Exploration Week offers unique opportunities for students to connect one-on-one with students and faculty in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.

Registration is available at https://www.engr.colostate.edu/future-students/engineering-exploration/.

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering trains students to engage the global, societal and environmental challenges of today through research, education, innovation and outreach. The college engages in cutting-edge research that provides students with hands-on learning.