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Undergraduate Program Advisors for Electrical and Computer Engineering
Students with last names from A-M
Students with last names from N-Z
Vice Chair for Undergraduate Studies
College of Engineering Undergraduate Advising
Drop-in hours: TBD
Location: Kemper 1050
Drop-in hours are subject to change without notice.
Peer Advisors for Electrical and Computer Engineering
The ECE peer advisors are senior electrical or computer engineering students. Peer advisors are high-achieving and have a vast knowledge of departmental courses and resources. They are here to help new students to transition into the life as a student in the university as well as work with all students in the major who need guidance from someone who has been in their shoes.
Office: 2064 Kemper
Vanessa is fourth year studying Electrical Engineering with a minor in Theater and Dance. She is a first-generation student from Panorama City, California and has knowledge on receiving Financial Aid and benefits that may come with it. Vanessa is/has been involved in numerous clubs and organizations on campus such as COFFEE, IEEE, CALESS, SWE, DISC, MK Modern, and she is an ambassador for the College of Engineering. She has obtained internships and jobs on campus and has worked on some projects as well. She is open to sharing any resources and talking about any of her experiences from transitioning to college, time management, getting involved, and more.
Feel free to email outside of drop-in hours with any questions.
Jocelyn is a transfer student studying Electrical Engineering with minors in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Professional Writing. Jocelyn has changed her major and career path several times before pursuing a software engineering career in Digital Signal Processing. Since Jocelyn plans to work in industry after graduation, she has tailored her undergraduate experience towards that goal by working part time both on- and off-campus, obtaining several internships, and enrolling in project based courses - building a DJ mixer with custom instruments in EEC105ABC EE-Emerge, an iOS app in ECS189E iOS Development, and an autonomous inspection robot for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in EEC193AB Independent Senior Design. Jocelyn plans to eventually obtain her Master's degree and is also available to share her experience in preparing for graduate school.
The best resource for advice on career plans, choice of major, choice of elective courses and for the writing of letters of recommendation for prospective jobs or graduate school admission are faculty advisors. Any ECE faculty member may serve as your advisor; however we recommend selecting a faculty member whose research/specialty area align with your interests to get the most out of the meeting.
To schedule an appointment, visit the Advising Appointment System website and select “Electrical & Computer Engineering.”