Engineering Graduate Student Council

About Us
Meet with Dean
Alumni Mentorship

Career Fair
Semester Bash


Get Excited About Engineering?

We are here to help! Engineering Graduate Student Council's Mission:
1) Advise the Dean on engineering graduate student issues.
2) Promote individual department events and coordinate multi-department events.
3) Enhance graduate student life and education through social activities and professional development.

Upcoming Events

  Career Day

 EGSC Board Executive Selection 2010-2011

Application Deadline: ~Oct 4
Campaigning Period for Candidates: ~Oct 5-9
Online Election: ~Oct 10-12

Join EGSC and become an officer! Full of joy and opportunities.

List of responsibilities: download;
Application form: download.

  Career Day

 Welcome Bash at Terp Zone:

Mingle with current students, new students in other engineering departments and prominent alumni. Free food & entertainment (pool, bowling etc) will  be  provided!.

Who: You and engineering Alumni;
Where: Terp Zone;
When: 3pm - 7 pm, Sep. 16, 2010;
What: A lot of food and fun!

Hot topics
  Greetings from Susmit Panjwani:

He sees in EGSC a great opportunity to make a significant difference in engineering graduate student life on and off campus. He layed down a vision for new events in the coming semester: alumni and student mentoring program, a global team building workshop. Coming up in From The President!


 EGSC Won Campus Awards:

The Clark School's Engineering Graduate Student Council (EGSC) has been recognized by University of Maryland Student Government Association as the best group council on campus. Coming up in Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute. Read more...


Student Services From Engineering School:

Undergraduate Advising
Center for Minorities
Co-op & Career Services
Copy Center
Engineering IT (EIT)
Engineering Library(EPSL)
Engineering Scholarships
International Programs
Research Opportunities
Resources and Facilities
Student Societies
Women in Engineering
Events in Engineering

Attending Engineering Seminars?

Electrical and Computer
Chemical and Biomolecular
Civil and Environmental
Fir Protection
Materials Science

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