Attendees of the Rose-Hulman Graduate School Fair 2013
October 21, 2013 in the Hulman Student Union Lobby & Kahn Room
6:00pm - 8:00pm

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NameMajors
Across the Pond All Majors
Air Force Institute of Technology - Center for Cyberspace Research CPE, CS, EE, MA, SE
Case Western Reserve University - Molecular Medicine PhD Program BC, BE, CHEM
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundation - Molecular & Developmental Biology Graduate Program All Majors
Columbia University - School of Engineering and Applied Science All Majors
Duke University - Master of Engineering Management and Master of Engineering AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, EE, EM, EP, EVE, MA, ME, OE, PH, SE
Florida State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering BE, CHE
Grace College - School of Adult and Community Education All Majors
Illinois Institute of Technology - Graduate Admissions AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EM, EP, MA, PH, SE
Indiana Tech - College of Professional Studies All Majors
Indiana Tech Law School - Admissions All Majors
Indiana University - Maurer School of Law All Majors
Indiana University - School of Medicine All Majors
Indiana University - Computer Science CS
Indiana University School of Medicine - Graduate Division AB, BC, BE, CHEM, MA, PH
Kaplan Test Prep All Majors
Michigan Technological University - Graduate School All Majors
Missouri University of Science and Technology - Graduate Studies All Majors
NC State University - Engineering Online CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EVE, ME
Northeastern University - Graduate School of Engineering All Majors
Northwestern University - McCormick School of Engieering and Applied Science BE, CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EP, EVE, MA, ME, OE, PH, SE
Northwestern University - School of Law All Majors
Purdue University - College of Engineering BE, CE, CHE, CPE, EE, EM, EVE, ME, OE, SE
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Office of Graduate Admissions BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, EE, EM, EP, EVE, MA, ME, SE
Rice University - Professional Master's in Science and Engineering All Majors
Rochester Institute of Technology - Graduate Enrollment Services All Majors
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - Office of Graduate Studies All Majors
SMART Scholarship Program All Majors
Texas A&M University - Office of Graduate and Professional Studies All Majors
The University of Toledo - Mechanical Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering EP, ME, PH
University of Arkansas - Mechanical Engineering ME
University of Florida - College of Engineering BE, CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EP, EVE, ME, OE, PH, SE
University of Illinois - MS - Technology Management All Majors
University of Indianapolis MBA Program - School of Business All Majors
University of Kansas - Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship All Majors
University of Medicine and Health Sciences, St. Kitts - MD AB, BC, CHEM
University of Rochester - Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences AB, BC, BE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EM, MA, ME, OE, PH
Van Andel Institute - Graduate School AB, BC, BE, CHEM, CS, MA, PH
West Virginia University - Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EVE, ME
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation - Teaching Fellowships CHEM, MA, PH
Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Graduate Admissions AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EP, EVE, MA, OE, PH, SE




Across the Pond
300 Brickstone Suite 201
Andover, MA 01810
www.studyacrossthepond.com
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Across the Pond offers free advice and guidance to students wanting to pursue their graduate studies in the UK. Our experts provide individual help and support to help students choose the right program at the right university for their academic and personal needs. Across the Pond can help students apply to some of the best universities in England, Scotland, and Wales. Graduate programs in the UK only take one year to complete, saving students time and money. Tuition starts at $14,000 for the year.

Representatives:
tba, 

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Air Force Institute of Technology
Center for Cyberspace Research
AFIT/ENG
2950 Hobson Way
WPAFB, OH 45433
www.afit.edu/ccr
Majors:
CPE, CS, EE, MA, SE

School Description:
The Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) in Dayton, Ohio provides scholarship opportunities targeted to non-military students who are seeking a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Cyber Operations. This scholarship is made possible through a grant from the National Science Foundation Scholarship for Service program (www.sfs.opm.gov). Scholarship benefits include: $26,200 a year stipend Full tuition All books and course related supplies NO teaching assistant or lab assistant duties Travel stipend for professional conferences, job fairs and internships Employment assistance See www.afit.edu/ccr for more information or contact Mr. Mike Hoelzel at (937)255-6565x4323 or Robert.Hoelzel@afit.edu

Representatives:
Mike Hoelzel , 

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Case Western Reserve University
Molecular Medicine PhD Program
9500 Euclid Ave, ND46
Cleveland, OH 44195
www.lerner.ccf.org/molecmed/phd/
Majors:
BC, BE, CHEM

School Description:
The Lerner Research Institute at the Cleveland Clinic is home to the Molecular Medicine Ph.D. Program. The Cleveland Clinic is consistently rated among the top 4 U.S. Hospitals according to U.S. News & World Report and has been rated #1 in cardiac care for 18 consecutive years. Molecular Medicine Ph.D. students train in a state-of-the-art facility with over 700,000 square feet of research space and nearly 200 investigators. The Molecular Medicine Ph.D. Program integrates medical knowledge into graduate training. The goal of this program is to train research scientists who are effective members of translational research teams working along side physicians. Our students are engaged in basic or applied research that is relevant to human health and can lead to new understanding of disease, clinical and diagnostic tools, medications, and therapies. Molecular Medicine Ph.D. students have the opportunity to learn from faculty members at the Lerner Research Institute, the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University. Our students focus on medically relevant research and train with research leaders in their fields of study as well as world-class clinicians.

Representatives:
Robin Crotty, Recruiting & Developement Coordinator

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Cincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundation
Molecular & Developmental Biology Graduate Program
3333 Burnet Ave. ML 7001
Cincinnati, OH 45229
www.cincinnatichildrens.org/dbprog
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Molecular and Developmental Biology Graduate Program at Cincinnati Children’s is defined by our students. We measure success by our ability to prepare our students for successful careers in the highly competitive world of research. By that standard, we’re a tremendous success. Our students and world-renowned faculty integrate basic research in model organisms with translational research into disorders and diseases in children. All students complete graduate courses in developmental biology, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology and cell biology. Since our program is based at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, students pursue their PhD degree while experiencing the best of two worlds: a nationally recognized medical center at the University of Cincinnati with one of the nation's leading children's hospitals. This interdisciplinary program offers a wide range of research opportunities, aimed at understanding and curing human diseases. Our faculty are on the forefront of molecular medicine, immunology, gene therapy, neuroscience, and cardiovascular research. Learn more about our program and how our PhD students play a key role in our cutting-edge research.

Representatives:
Edith Markoff, Professor

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Columbia University
School of Engineering and Applied Science
500 West 120th Street, MC 4708
New York, NY 10027
www.engineering.columbia.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science offers graduate degrees in applied physics, applied mathematics, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, engineering management systems, engineering mechanics, computer engineering, computer science, earth and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, financial engineering, industrial engineering, operations research, materials science, and mechanical engineering. Our academic programs allow students to advance knowledge in classical engineering or applied science disciplines or delve into new, exciting interdisciplinary fields. Degrees can be pursued on a full-or part-time basis. Distance education and MS/MBA programs are also available.

Representatives:
Lauren Mazurowski, Assistant Director

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Duke University
Master of Engineering Management and Master of Engineering
3120 Fitzpatrick Center
Box 90271
Durham, NC 27708
meng.pratt.duke.edu
memp.pratt.duke.edu
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, EE, EM, EP, EVE, MA, ME, OE, PH, SE

School Description:
The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Program (http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/) is an intensive one-year program that consists of eight courses, a three-month internship, and a series of seminars and workshops designed to allow students to further develop their business skills. The program combines a core management curriculum with master's level technical courses. Students customize their education by selecting four more courses from a broad range of technical electives in technology management courses, core engineering disciplines, or interdisciplinary studies. The Master of Engineering (MEng) Program's curriculum (http://meng.pratt.duke.edu/) encompasses strong technical depth in a chosen discipline supplemented with core business fundamentals, along with leadership and management principles. Additionally, students engage in an internship, applied research experience, or a project that focuses on understanding organizations. Available disciplines in the 18-to-24 month program include: • Biomedical Engineering • Civil Engineering • Electrical and Computer Engineering • Environmental Engineering • Materials Science and Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Photonics and Optical Sciences

Representatives:
Erin Degerman, Admissions Officer

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Florida State University
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
2525 Pottsdamer Street
Tallahasse, FL 32310
www.eng.fsu.edu/cbe
Majors:
BE, CHE

School Description:
The Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering offers MS and PhD degrees in both Chemical and Biomedical Engineering. The Department currently has 20 faculty members including Fellows of the AIChE and the American Physical Society. Research interests cover a broad range including polymers, tissue engineering, photovoltaic devices, batteries, biomaterials, semiconductora, molecular simulations, biomimetic systems, nanomaterilas, and stem cell technology. Many of the faculty have strong collaborative research with the departments of chemistry, physics, and biology and have access to state-of-the-art facility at major research centers on campus including the NSF-supported National High Field Magnet Laboratory which offers the best NMR facilities in the world.

Representatives:
Joel R. Fried, Professor and Chair

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Grace College
School of Adult and Community Education
200 Seminary Drive
Winona Lake, IN 46590
www.grace.edu/orca
www.grace.edu/mdqm
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Medical Device Quality Management (MDQM) Graduate Program exists to train and develop individuals who are currently employed in, or wish to enter the medical device industry or related industries. The five courses in this program can be applied to a certificate, bachelor's degree, or master's degree, depending on the student's academic background and educational goals. The MDQM program focuses on the critical elements in quality management, including quality systems, post-market surveillance, design control and assurance, manufacturing quality and supply chain management, and statistical processes that ensure excellence at key stages of the medical device life cycle. The graduate program in Orthopaedic Regulatory and Clinical Affairs (ORCA) at Grace College, is located in the heart of the Orthopaedic Capital of the World – Warsaw, Indiana. This accelerated, one year master’s program brings up to 30 students together in a cohort model to learn under some of the finest minds the industry has to offer. Each course is one month long and blends classroom instruction, online/independent learning, and group projects to prepare working adults for successfully managing the rigors of orthopaedic regulatory and clinical affairs. Projects and assignments are practical and apply to the real work of advancing product development within the closely proscribed parameters of the FDA and other governing bodies.

Representatives:
Allyn Decker, Program Director  

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Illinois Institute of Technology
Graduate Admissions
10 West 33rd Street
Chicago, IL 60616
www.iit.edu/graduate_admission/study/
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EM, EP, MA, PH, SE

School Description:
: IIT is committed to the advancement of the human condition through quality teaching and research. Through our schools of engineering, the sciences and humanities, design, architecture, law, business, and psychology, we are educating students to excel in a complex global society. Our faculty research initiatives are addressing some of the most compelling topics of our time, from hybrid vehicles to biomedicine to cancer research. The university is committed to developing and fostering a climate of inclusiveness, with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.

Representatives:
Monsata Quincy Davidson, Recruitment Specialist  

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Indiana Tech
College of Professional Studies
1600 East Washington Blvd
Fort Wayne, IN 46803
www.indianatech.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Indiana Tech offers a variety of master’s degrees that prepare you for many of today’s most exciting and versatile industries. Our graduate programs enable our students to keep up with emerging trends, opportunities, and innovative business strategies that employers are looking for. By combining hands-on-experience with real-world application, our master's degree programs give you the critical knowledge and skills necessary to take the next step in your professional life. Our faculty, leaders in the program fields they teach, provide a unique opportunity to learn from professionals who share their vast experience and expertise inside and outside of the classroom.

Representatives:
Zeb Johnston, Admissions Representative  

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Indiana Tech Law School
Admissions
1600 E. Washington Blvd.
Fort Wayne, 46803
www.indianatech.edu/Academics/Law/Pages/def
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Indiana Tech Law School's curriculum reflects the very best thinking about legal education. Collaborative and experiential learning will serve as cornerstones and you will be challenged to hone your lawyering skills from day one in a variety of ways including, but not limited to, ethics and professionalism courses in the first year of law school, mandatory pro bono activities, and experiential learning opportunities in many classes.

Representatives:
Jessica Anderson, Assistant Dean for Law Admissions

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Indiana University
Maurer School of Law
211 South Indiana Avenue
Admissions Office
Bloomington, IN 47405
www.law.indiana.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law offers students the highest quality of legal education in a collegial setting. With nearly 700 students—representing 190 undergraduate schools and five continents—the Law School retains its distinctive sense of community and provides a stimulating, cosmopolitan environment. Internationally recognized faculty teach Maurer's curriculum that includes leading programs in specialties such as securities, tax, environmental law, information privacy and security, intellectual property and global and international law. Partnerships with the Kelley School of Business, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and other units of Indiana University offer a number of opportunities for interdisciplinary study.

Representatives:
Mark Janis , Robert A. Lucas Chair of Law; Director, Center for Intellectual Property Research

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Indiana University
School of Medicine
1120 South Drive
Fesler Hall 213
Indianapolis, IN 46202
www.medicine.iu.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The IU School of Medicine is one of the largest medical schools in the United States. Our presence on nine Indiana campuses, allows us to present our state-wide curriculum in different ways, thereby providing us with a method of meeting the various learning needs of our student population. IUSM is also among a growing number of medical schools that have adopted a competency-based curriculum to prepare well-rounded physicians. As a part of the regular curriculum, students are instructed in nine competency areas designed to enhance their ability to practice medicine by equipping them with excellent clinical, professional, and developmental skills.

Representatives:
Jonathon P. O'Neal, Assistant Director of Admissions

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Indiana University
Computer Science
150 Woodlawn Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
www.soic.indiana.edu/index.php
Majors:
CS

School Description:
The School of Informatics includes the School of Informatics and Computing. The mission of the School is to excel and lead in education, research, and outreach spanning and integrating the full breadth of computing and information technology, including the scientific and technical core, a broad range of applications, and human and societal issues and implications. The School aims to lead the nation in creating a new, broad and interdisciplinary view of computing and information technology, and uses this viewpoint as the foundation.

Representatives:
Sara Monday, Graduate Academic Advisor

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Indiana University School of Medicine
Graduate Division
635 N Barnhill Drive
MS 207
Indianapolis, IN 46202
grad.medicine.iu.edu
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CHEM, MA, PH

School Description:
Offering Programs in the Life Sciences & Biomedical Sciences The IUSM, 2nd largest medical school in the US, offers graduate degrees in 9 basic medical science disciplines. PhD students enter through the IBMG Program where they have up to 1 year to select a research laboratory & degree program [students participate in 3 lab rotations to facilitate their decision]. Also offered: Research-based MS degrees in 4 disciplines & 4 specialty degrees: Genetic Counseling; Medical Science, Clinical Science & Pathologists' Assistant. The IUSM offers a special NIH designated Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) leading to the combined MD/PhD.

Representatives:
Tara Hobson-Prater, Program Director

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Kaplan Test Prep
607 St. Luke Dr
Plainfield, IN 46168
www.Kaptest.com
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Preparation courses for the MCAT. LSAT, GRE, GMAT, DAT and OAT.

Representatives:
Shelly Bunch, Area Director

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Michigan Technological University
Graduate School
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
mtu.edu/gradschool
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Michigan Technological University is a premier research university of international stature, delivering education, new knowledge, and innovation to meet the needs of our technological world. Our graduates have the skills and knowledge that allow them to create the future and change the world. The Michigan Tech Graduate School offers 27 PhD programs, 35 Master's programs, and 6 Graduate Certificate programs. We are also the #1 Peace Corps Master's International (PCMI) program in the nation. We invite you to check out our nationally ranked and internationally recognized programs at www.mtu.edu/gradschool.

Representatives:
Jacque Smith, Director of Graduate Enrollment Services

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Missouri University of Science and Technology
Graduate Studies
118 Fulton Hall
301 W 14th St.
Rolla, MO 65401
www.grad.mst.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Missouri University of Science and Technology is a place of imagination, discovery, success, and so much more. Missouri S&T is nationally recognized for its excellent engineering programs, and is renowned for producing cutting-edge research and key technologies vital to the economic success of Missouri and the nation. The university has a distinguished faculty dedicated wholeheartedly to teaching, research, and creative activities necessary for scholarly learning experiences and advancements to the frontiers of knowledge. Excellent physical facilities support the best possible education in engineering, science, applied science, and selected interrelated fields.

Representatives:
Misty House, Program/Project Support Specialist

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NC State University
Engineering Online
21 Current Ave
Campus Box 7574
Raleigh, NC 27695
EngineeringOnline.ncsu.edu
Majors:
CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EVE, ME

School Description:
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University has 17 on campus and 15 online graduate degree programs. The online degree programs are exactly the same as the on campus degrees in terms of academic rigor and degree requirements. Students who because of geography, work or family responsibilities cannot come to campus may still obtain a graduate degree from one of the top online Engineering graduate degree programs as recognized by US News and World Report. For more information, visit the Engineering Online website at http://EngineeringOnline.ncsu.edu

Representatives:
Dr. Linda Krute, Director of Distance Education Programs

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Northeastern University
Graduate School of Engineering
130 Snell Engineering
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
www.coe.neu.edu/gse/
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Set in the heart of Boston, Northeastern University is home to over 18 PhD and MS engineering programs in fields such as: bioengineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering (offers 5 concentrations), computer engineering, engineering management, energy systems, electrical engineering (offers 5 concentrations), industrial engineering, information systems, mechanical engineering (offers 3 concentrations), operations research, sustainable building systems, and telecommunication systems. Our eight interdisciplinary research centers stretch across disciplinary lines to address numerous and varied global challenges. Distinguished Dean's Fellowships and Dean's Fellowships are awarded to our most outstanding PhD applicants. The Fellowship consists of a stipend, tuition waiver, and health insurance fee waiver.

Representatives:
Evan Didier, Recruiting Specialist

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Northwestern University
McCormick School of Engieering and Applied Science
2145 Sheridan Road
L-261
Evanston, IL 60208
www.mccormick.northwestern.edu/
Majors:
BE, CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EP, EVE, MA, ME, OE, PH, SE

School Description:
The McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science has 850 PhD students and 850 MS students. PhD students are fully funded with paid tuition, paid health insurance, and a monthly stipend for living expenses. MS students are self-funded.

Representatives:
Bruce A. Lindvall, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies

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Northwestern University
School of Law
375 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
www.law.northwestern.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Northwestern Law School is proud to offer the Master of Science in Law degree (MSL), designed to provide focused training in intellectual property, regulatory analysis, and entrepreneurship for students with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and medicine. A one-year degree on the full-time schedule, the MSL will expose its technically-trained students to the legal and regulatory structures that they encounter (or will encounter) in their respective careers. To be eligible to apply for admission to the MSL program at Northwestern Law, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree form an accredited college or university or have completed the equivalent of six semesters and expect to graduate during the current academic year. The program is open to domestic and international students.

Representatives:
Leslie Oster, Clinical Associate Professor of Law
Kate Schulte, Director, Special Projects
Emerson Tiller, Associate Dean for Academic Initiatives

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Purdue University
College of Engineering
701 W Stadium Avenue
West Lafayette, IN 47906
www.engineering.purdue.edu/Engr
Majors:
BE, CE, CHE, CPE, EE, EM, EVE, ME, OE, SE

School Description:
As one of the world’s largest, most respected engineering programs, the College of Engineering at Purdue University offers graduate degrees in the following engineering areas: aeronautics & astronautics, agricultural & biological, biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical & computer, environmental & ecological, industrial, materials, mechanical, nuclear, and engineering education. These programs consistently rank in the top 20 in the nation. Signature areas, addressing national priorities, offer interdisciplinary research opportunities. Five new state-of-the-art facilities are hubs for interdisciplinary work in nanotechnology, entrepreneurship, bioscience, enterprise, and discovery learning; additional new buildings house several of the schools of engineering and new labs for large scale research. The newly created global engineering program and K-12 teacher education program support Purdue’s commitment to learning, discovery, and engagement.

Representatives:
Susan Fisher, Graduate Programs Director

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Office of Graduate Admissions
110 8th St.
Troy, NY 12180
www.rpi.edu
Majors:
BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, EE, EM, EP, EVE, MA, ME, SE

School Description:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the nation’s oldest technological research university. Located in the Capital District of New York State, Rensselaer offers a broad range of graduate programs from five schools—Engineering, Science, Lally School of Management and Technology, Architecture, and Humanities and Social Sciences. Unique programs include interdisciplinary degrees in information technology, the MFA and Ph.D. in Electronic Arts, and extensive opportunities in biotechnology, nanotechnology and energy and the environment. Students also have the opportunity to choose from a number of dual-degree options.

Representatives:
Tracy Morizio, Graduate Admissions Counselor

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Rice University
Professional Master's in Science and Engineering
6100 Main St
MS-103
Houston, TX 77025
www.epmp.rice.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Engineering Professional Master’s Program offers non-thesis master’s degrees designed for those who seek to round out their engineering education with advanced analytical and technical expertise. It gives you a chance to add depth to your areas of interest and to round out your training, and it prepares you for a leadership role in engineering management. Employers value the knowledge and maturity it takes to complete the degree. Which further signals your interest in the field. The Master’s Programs are available in the following disciplines: Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Engineering and Design, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Master of Statistics, and Computer Science and Engineering

Representatives:
Dagmar Beck, Program Director

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Rochester Institute of Technology
Graduate Enrollment Services
58 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
www.rit.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
RIT offers 70 graduate programs in Art, Design, Crafts, Photography, Film, and Graphic Arts; Business, Communications, Service and Hospitality; Education, Psychology, and Human Resources; Science, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics and Imaging Science; Applied Arts & Sciences; Sustainability; Computing and Information Sciences and Technology; and Engineering and Technology. Degrees offered include M. Arch., MBA, MFA, MS, MST, ME and Ph.D. Over $16.5 million in scholarships and graduate assistantships was awarded last year.

Representatives:
Laura Watts, PhD, Associate Director

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Office of Graduate Studies
5500 Wabash Ave
Terre Haute, IN 47803
www.rose-hulman.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The graduate studies programs at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology are offered in a supportive atmosphere focused on the growth and development of each student. The graduate programs have a strong focus on applied research involving excellent faculty, facilities, and flexibility in students’ plan of study to meet individual goals. The institute offers nine master’s of science degree programs and six master’s of engineering degree programs. There are also opportunities to earn dual master’s of science degrees in engineering with international universities.

Representatives:
Jared Goulding, Associate Director for Graduate and International Admissions

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SMART Scholarship Program
1818 N Street, NW
Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
smart.asee.org/
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The SMART Scholarship for Service Program (smart.asee.org) is an opportunity for students pursuing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a scholarship and be employed upon degree completion at a Department of Defense facility. Scholarships awarded include a stipend up to $38,000 a year, full tuition, health insurance contribution, and book allowance.

Representatives:
Eric Hurwitt, Program Director

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Texas A&M University
Office of Graduate and Professional Studies
001 Commons Building
1113 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843
www.ogaps.tamu.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) is a global leader in graduate education, committed to the pursuit of knowledge and the power of intellect. Through exceptional service and commitment to the highest standards, OGAPS advocates for graduate education at Texas A&M and throughout the state of Texas. The Office of Graduate and Professional Studies is committed to a diverse campus climate, enhancement of the graduate experience, and the development of all students as global citizens.

Representatives:
Shaine Marsden, Recruiter

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The University of Toledo
Mechanical Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
4004 Nitschke Hall, MS 312
Toledo, OH 43606
www.eng.utoledo.edu
Majors:
EP, ME, PH

School Description:
The Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department is one of the best in Ohio and the US. It has twenty three faculty members: 6 ASME fellows and 6 book authors. It has $ 6.4 million annual research expenditures from both the federal government and industry. Houses one of the fastest high-performance computing clusters in Ohio. We provide you with current and timely research opportunities in advanced topics: Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering MEMS, Nanotechnology and Coatings Micromachining Solid Mechanics and Design Composite Materials Smart Materials and Biomechanics Fatigue Modeling and Prediction Reliability Analysis and Design and Design Decision Making under Uncertainty

Representatives:
Prof. Efstratios Nikolaidis, Director of Graduate Studies

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University of Arkansas
Mechanical Engineering
204 Mechanical Engineering Building
Fayetteville, AR 72701
www.meeg.uark.edu
Majors:
ME

School Description:
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arkansas offers Master's of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering. Faculty in the department perform research at the leading-edge in the fields of materials science, mechanical design, thermal fluid sciences, and micro/nano engineering. Graduate Teaching and Research Assistantships are offered by the department and available to highly qualified students. Additional fellowship opportunities are offered by the university for exceptional doctoral students. More information can be found at http://meeg.uark.edu/grad.php or http://grad.uark.edu

Representatives:
Dr. Douglas E. Spearot, Associate Professor
Chris Jacob, Administrative Specialist III

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University of Florida
College of Engineering
216 Larsen Hall
Gainesville, FL 32601
www.eng.ufl.edu
Majors:
BE, CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EP, EVE, ME, OE, PH, SE

School Description:
The University of Florida College of Engineering offers Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in the following disciplines: Aerospace Engineering Agricultural and Biological Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering Environmental Engineering Sciences Industrial & Systems Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Sciences Go to http://www.eng.ufl.edu/ for more information on each program.

Representatives:
Julie Walters, Graduate Admissions Coordinator, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Nancy McIlrath-Glanville, Graduate Academic Support Coordinator, Dept. of Civil & Coastal Engineering

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University of Illinois
MS - Technology Management
Suite 15
Wohlers Hall
Champaign, IL 61820
www.ms-techmgmt.illinois.edu/
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
This ONE YEAR masters program exemplifies the merging of business and technology and provides you with the critical business management skills for future success. During this program you will learn the business of managing technology and how to use technology to manage business.

Representatives:
Jeffrey Kurtz, Director

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University of Indianapolis MBA Program
School of Business
1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227
www.uindy.edu/business/mba
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
Finishing your bachelor's degree and not sure what to do next? In between jobs and need a leg up on the competition? UIndy's 1-year MBA program might be for you! Through this intensive, full-time day time MBA program, you can complete your master's degree in just one year. Students from all majors and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We also have a Saturday, north side Indianapolis and part-time evening program.

Representatives:
Anna Stumpf, Director of MBA Recruitment

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University of Kansas
Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship
Strong Hall
1450 Jayhawk Blvd. Room 158
Lawrence, KS 66045
www.selfgraduate.ku.edu
Majors:
All Majors

School Description:
The Self Graduate Fellowship offers a special opportunity for U.S. citizens seeking a doctorate at the University of Kansas. This selective four-year fellowship offers generous support ($29,500 for 2014-2015), full tuition, and a unique professional development program. The fellowship value exceeds $165,000. Students apply to Ph.D. programs in business; economics; engineering; mathematics; and biological, biomedical, pharmaceutical and physical sciences; and may then be nominated for the Fellowship. On average, eight awards are made annually. Fellows are selected for their entrepreneurial vision, career goals, achievements, leadership potential, motivation, and work ethic. The Fellow Development Program is a distinctive feature of the SGF. It provides education and training in communication, management, and leadership to prepare Fellows for future leadership roles. www.selfgraduate.ku.edu

Representatives:
Sharon D. Graham, Program Associate

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University of Medicine and Health Sciences, St. Kitts
MD
5777 West Maple Rd.
Suite 145
West Bloomfield , MI 48322
www.umhs-sk.org
Majors:
AB, BC, CHEM

School Description:
The University of Medicine and Health Sciences (UMHS), St. Kitts is a premier medical school offering an exceptional education at an affordable tuition. Our founders have a lifetime of experience in the area of medical education. They brought their twenty-five years of experience, knowledge and resources together to create a traditional medical school curriculum that is modeled after schools in the US. The Basic Science Program, consisting of the first four semesters, is completed at our new 40 million dollar state of the art campus on the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts. The campus boasts technological advances on the cutting edge of healthcare instruction. After four semesters, students return to the US for the remainder of their studies (semesters 5-10). The fifth semester is located at our Portland, Maine campus. During the fifth semester students receive strong clinical skills in addition to a Kaplan USMLE review course. On completion of the fifth semester students will take the USMLE, upon passing this examination, students will be placed into our clinical at affiliated US teaching hospitals. UMHS graduates can obtain licensure in the US and Canada. UMHS is dedicated to maintaining a small school environment catering to the individual needs of our students. We care about our students and are dedicated to their success as future physicians. We offer students a personalized educational approach and maintain a low student to faculty ratio. The faculty are highly credentialed and recruited primarily from the US.

Representatives:
Nikki Gonzalez, Assistant Director of Admissions

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University of Rochester
Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
300 Wilson Blvd
Rochester, NY 14627
www.rochester.edu/college/gradstudies/
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EM, MA, ME, OE, PH

School Description:
The University of Rochester offers more than 30 programs that lead to advanced degrees and certificates in a broad range of disciplines in Arts, Sciences and Engineering. More than 1000 students are enrolled in our PhD and Master's programs, through which our outstanding faculty provide training in research and for professional advancement.

Representatives:
Pia Bunton, Director of Graduate Enrollment
Andrea Galati, Exec Director of Technical Entrepreneurship and Management Program

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Van Andel Institute
Graduate School
333 Bostwick Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
ww.vai.org
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CHEM, CS, MA, PH

School Description:
Our Graduate School has a unique PhD program in cell, molecular, and genetic biology of human disease. The problem-basec curriculum leads students to a strong foundation in core concepts and experiemental design by paralleling how scientists approach new research questions. Rotations in several labs will expose you to different areas of research in preparation for choosing your own dissertation project. Seminars and workshops provide professional development in topics such as scientific writing, grant proposals, oral presentations, financial and personnel management, conflict resolution, leadership, and team-building. Teaching experiences and time at local hospitals for clinical Grand Rounds or Tumor Board meetings can also enrich your experience. Come visit my table!

Representatives:
Carol Rappley, Enrollment & Records Admn,/Registrar

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West Virginia University
Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
PO Box 6101
Morgantown, WV 26506
www.statler.wvu.edu
Majors:
CE, CHE, CPE, CS, EE, EVE, ME

School Description:
With more than 170 faculty members in 16 different engineering/computer science disciplines, our 700 graduate students are gaining cross-disciplinary research experience working with peers from a wide range of disciplines. A new, 70,000 square footage building is under construction and will have labs, clean rooms, and other facilities available for graduate students to use starting in 2014. In recent years, we have consistently been ranked by the National Science Foundation in the top 75 universities for research expenditures, and more than 85 percent of our students have a graduate assistantship where they receive funding and a waiver of University tuition.

Representatives:
Ryan Sigler, Enrollment Management Coordinator
Cate Schlobohm, Outreach Coordinator

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Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Teaching Fellowships
5 Vaughn Drive
Suite# 300
Princeton, NJ 08540
woodrow.org/
Majors:
CHEM, MA, PH

School Description:
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation is expanding its Teaching Fellowship into New Jersey; we currently fund and operate programs in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. We are taking this time to promote our program, the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship which seeks to recruit high-achieving candidates who are interested in and show promise as Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math (STEM) teachers. The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship is designed to provide an intensive classroom experience. The master's level program enables new, aspiring teachers to begin their careers with an important and rewarding experience, the Teaching Fellowship. Selected applicants are supported by current and former Teaching Fellows and faculty members.

Representatives:
Eric Bedel, State Director

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Graduate Admissions
100 Institute Road
Worcester, MA 01609
www.wpi.edu/admissions/graduate.html
Majors:
AB, BC, BE, CE, CHE, CHEM, CPE, CS, ECON, EE, EP, EVE, MA, OE, PH, SE

School Description:
A leader in science, engineering, and business, Worcester Polytechnic Institute anticipated some of the latest trends in higher education by nearly two generations. WPI's founding principle of balancing theory with practice underlies a project-based, experiential curriculum that prepares students to solve important problems through interdisciplinary study and applied research.

Representatives:
Michael McGrade, Director of Graduate Admissions
Trenton Tabor, Graduate Student  

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