Pathways to Leadership

The ECE Department offers students many pathways into leadership positions. Whether it’s participating in the leadership in a student organization, being an ECE Ambassador, being an undergraduate peer instructor (UPI) or a teaching assistant, students who avail themselves of the many opportunities for growth and leadership in the department can have a more well-rounded and fulfilling student experience.

Student Organizations

Student organizations in the ECE department provide valuable opportunities for students to interact with other students, faculty and the community. These groups sponsor a variety of academic projects, community outreach initiatives as well as professional, cultural, intellectual, and social activities for the entire ECE community.
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ECE Ambassadors

The Mission of the ECE Ambassadors is to raise awareness and the profile of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We aim to tell the world about the ECE experience. Ambassadors serve as guides and campus hosts to: alumni, prospective students, and industry partners while helping department leadership to achieve its goals.
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Undergraduate Peer Instructors

Students to whom the department has made commitments or who are best qualified to teach labs or grade for particular courses can apply to be undergraduate peer instructors (UPIs), graders, or teaching assistants. These can be graduate or undergraduate students. These experiences are a great way to directly impact your peers while solidifying your knowledge about a particular subject.
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