Engineering at Stanford University: Graduate Admissions Process and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Info Session

During this session, the graduate admissions process (specifically for the School of Engineering) and undergraduate research opportunities in engineering will be discussed. Also, the speaker will discuss her own experience applying to graduate school and being a graduate student at Stanford.

About the speaker:

Gaby Baylon transferred to UC San Diego from San Diego City College and graduated Cum Laude from UC San Diego in 2010 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. As an undergraduate, she conducted research and presented her work at several local, statewide and national conferences.  After graduating from UC San Diego, she worked for Boeing for a year before starting a Ph.D. program in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University in 2011. She received the NSF Graduate Researcher Fellowship (NSF-GRF) in 2011 to pursue her graduate studies.

Date: Monday, November 14, 2016
Time: 1 – 2 p.m.
Location: Original Student Center Building “B” – Large Conference Room on the 2nd floor (across from the Art of Espresso/Mandeville Coffee Cart)

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by filling out the following online form.

We sincerely hope many of you will take advantage of this great opportunity!