Brown University School of Engineering

On Saturday, November 5, 2016, the School of Engineering will host its sixth annual internship and career fair from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the Kasper Multipurpose Room in the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center. More than 250 students and over 20 companies are expected to attend. 

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Dana M. Dourdeville Lecture on Engineering in Service to Society

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Friday, November 11 at 4:00 p.m.
MacMillan Hall 117 - 167 Thayer Street

Dana M. Dourdeville Lecture on Engineering in Service to Society given by MacArthur "Genuis Grant" winner John Dabiri, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. 

New Building - Live Webcams

To learn more about the new SOE and view live construction webcams, please visit the new building section of the website.

School of Engineering Town Hall Meeting

The school will be hosting Town Hall meetings (9/30 in B&H 166 at 4 pm and 11/16 in B&H 190 at 4 pm) for all students (undergrad and grad) to discuss topics of interest from students with the administration. The format will be open discussion, with students able to ask questions and share ideas and observations. Students may also request to be on the agenda and lead a discussion as well. 

Undergraduate Tours

Engineering specific tours are designed to give prospective students an overview of what it is like to study engineering at Brown University. Your tour of the School of Engineering will be led by current engineering students and will visit classrooms and lab spaces. The engineering tour lasts approximately 30 minutes. To arrange a visit, please register here. Tours depart from the Barus and Holley lobby (184 Hope Street).

Job/Internship Bulletin Board

The School of Engineering has created a bulletin board for internships, employment, faculty projects, and other opportunities. Please note that the bulletin board can only be accessed from Brown IP addresses (which means it can be accessed on campus, or through the campus VPN if off campus). This is required since it is not a public site.