Engineering Global Fellows is an opportunity to be formally recognized for your international work, research, study or volunteer experience.
Global Fellows participants receive these benefits:
- Certificate signed by the Dean
- Name & photo displayed in Carpenter Hall
- Invitations to share your international experience with interested students
What are the requirements?
- Significant work, volunteer, research or study experience.
- Experience must be conducted beyond the borders of the United States of America and the student’s home country of residence or citizenship.
- Undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering for at least one semester & who complete an international experience as described above are eligible. Students who wish to count an international experience as Co-op must first meet all requirements of the Engineering Co-op Program.
Where have Global Fellows worked, studied, or volunteered in the past?
Engineering Global Fellows have worked, studied, and volunteered all over the world. A few examples include:
- Studying engineering at the Universidad de Cantabria
- Performing research in China through a National Science Foundation REU
- Discovering better ways to design and increase use of solar ovens in Nicaragua
- Completing a summer internship and a course in Hong Kong through Cornell's School of Continuing Education
- Designing methods to improve drinking water in Honduras
- Utilizing engineering skills in Germany through the Co-op program
- Participating in research and taking a class in Germany
How can I be recognized for my international experience?
Register your international experience to be recognized as an Engineering Global Fellow. (Study abroad students who completed paperwork through CU Abroad and Engineering Advising are automatically considered Global Fellows and do not have to register.)
Contact Melissa Hutson Bazley, Assistant Director, Engineering Advising, (607) 255-7414.