Scholars – The Undergraduate Pipeline
The Gordon Scholars Program has been offering undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to participate in research experiences under the guidance of a faculty members since the Fall of 2002.
The Gordon Scholars Program offers freshmen engineering students the opportunity to become involved in research and K-12 activity related to the Gordon-CenSSIS Engineering Research Center and the ALERT Research Center, in addition to other research and K-12 programs on campus. Gordon Scholars will attend research presentations, engage in discussion with upper-class Gordon Scholar Mentors, participate in research experiences under the guidance of a faculty member and learn about interesting outreach opportunities. We believe that the Gordon Scholars Program helps engineering undergraduates to consider the many paths open to them as potential researchers, educators and engineering leaders. Participation in the Gordon Scholars Program, coupled with co-op and other experiential learning options, will position the Gordon Scholars well to bring engineering solutions to the global marketplace.
NU engineering freshman are encouraged to apply to the program and Gordon Scholars are selected in the fall.
As a Gordon Scholar you will:
Gordon Scholars Freshman Forum - Research and Outreach Information
The following links provide more information about Research and Outreach Opportunities with the Gordon Scholars Program:
College of Engineering, by Department: www.coe.neu.edu/coe/departments/index
STEM Center: www.stem.neu.edu
STEM Center Blog: stemcenterk-12oureach.blogspot.com
The Gordon Scholars application due date for the Spring 2013 semester has passed.
Gordon Scholar Mentor Program
An integral part of the Gordon Scholars program are the Gordon Mentors. Past Gordon Scholars may apply to be a Gordon Mentor, to provide support and guidance to one or more Gordon Scholars during the 2012-2013 program.
The Gordon Mentor application due date for the Spring 2013 semester has passed.
During 2012/2013 Academic year, 22 Freshmen were selected as Gordon Scholars and will participate in the following:
Gordon-CenSSIS activities are designed to be interesting and accessible to all Gordon-CenSSIS students, including first-year undergraduates.
program is sponsored by:
The Bernard M. Gordon Center for
Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems
For additional information on the Gordon Engineering Leadership Scholars Program, contact Kristin Hicks at email@example.com or (617) 373-5384.
The Bernard M. Gordon Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems (Gordon-CenSSIS)
Stearns Center, Suite 302, Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000
Phone: 617.373.5110 Fax: 617.373.8627