Engineering Undergraduate Research Office (EURO) at Purdue University will organize the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program in the Summer of 2023. It is a 10-week-long paid research opportunity for undergraduates enrolled in US universities.
To help you prepare a stronger application for the SURF 2023, we are hosting the “SURF Nuts and Bolts” event. As part of the event, two sessions will be organized at the end of November. The in-person session will be held on 29th November, and the Virtual session will be held on 30th November (Zoom Link: https://purdue.link/SURF23NB). Each session will cover the same content. To find out more details, please see the attached flyer or reach out to us at email@example.com.
If you would like some help in preparing for grad school applications, or are still wondering if graduate school is the right choice for you, consider applying for Exploring Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate School Virtual Workshop: October 25-27, 2022 (Applications due Thursday, October 13, 2022). Visit our website and apply! This is a great opportunity to meet faculty, current students, and alumni as you look through your options.
Purdue University is proud to send a special invitation to the School of ECE for an exclusive presentation by Intel Corporation’s Executive VP and Chief Global Operations Officer, Mr. Kayvan Esfarjani. The presentation will be held on Wednesday, October 5th @ 1:45 p.m. in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship (MRGN 121) Attendance is open to all students and faculty. Seating for the event is capped at 70, with seating being first-come, first-served. Intel will be giving away a new laptop featuring an Intel Core i5 processor to one lucky student who scan the code and pre-register for this event!