Connections

Whether you study here or work with us, you'll create a network that's beneficial to everyone. You'llĀ have the chance to collaborate with top experts at engineeringĀ companies, government agencies, and national laboratories.

Expand Our World, and We'll Expand Yours

Electrical and Computer Engineering is more than an academic department. University organizations, alumni, companies, agencies, and advisory board members support our students in many ways, and these groups also benefit from students' work.

Students can:

  • Join a student organization, such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), Association of Computing Machinery Chapter (ACM) or Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association (AFCEA).

  • Meet our advisory board members and our alumni working in the fields of electrical and computer engineering.

Partners can:

  • Serve as an expert on one of our senior design projects.

  • Visit the labs where we advance research.

  • Work with our experts in our research and areas of expertise.

  • Attend a seminar.

Electrical and computer engineering students have the opportunity to participate in different student organizations, which can help expand their knowledge in specific interest areas, such as robotics, electronics, and rocketry.
Electrical and computer engineering students have the opportunity to participate in different student organizations, which can help expand their knowledge in specific interest areas, such as robotics, electronics, and rocketry.