First on the “passport” was FGCU’s chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers, one of the most renowned engineering organizations on campus. Their president, Jason Subadan, discussed how their members break into teams and compete every year in events such as the Steel Bridge, Cardboard Regatta, and Concrete Canoe competitions. These events are a great way for aspiring engineers, of all types, to get hands-on learning experience in the design, building, and manufacturing processes.
Next on the list was the university’s chapter of Biomedical Engineering Society, an organization focused on providing their members with professional development opportunities. Their officers Rachel, and Angel excitedly spoke of their annual conference in October for which, they were currently preparing. Each year, they reunite with their fellow chapters to learn about current research, while networking with industry leaders.
Last, but certainly not least, were the Whitaker College of Engineering Advising Staff. This phenomenal group of women works hard every day to help young eaglets navigate through the university’s most challenging and prestigious academic program. These ladies go above and beyond to see that our aspiring engineers of all walks of life are well taken care of, from professionally to emotionally and beyond.
Story by Dan Ryan/Nevon Moore
Source Article: http://blogs.fgcu.edu/engineering/2015/11/04/meet-the-student-organizations/
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