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Mechanical Engineering Undergraduates:

As Mechanical Engineering undergradute students, your advisors are:

Kate Maisch (staff Academic Advisor) kmaisch@ku.edu and

Dr. Robb Sorem (faculty Executive Associate Chair) sorem@ku.edu 

We both have virutal office hours throughout the Fall 2020 semester. You can join either of our meetings to ask questions and talk about advising.

Kate - Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00AM-12:00PM

https://kansas.zoom.us/j/94422487449  
Meeting ID: 944 2248 7449 
Passcode: 112233 

Dr. Sorem - Tuesdays - Fridays from 11:00AM-12:00PM

https://kansas.zoom.us/j/9788282104  
Meeting ID: 978 828 2104 


We are pleased that you are part of KU’s Mechanical Engineering Department; and we are most supportive of

1)  your continued progress toward, and completion of, your BSME; and

2)  then, with your BSME, obtaining the best position to fit into your career plans.


The information included at this site, as highlighted by the navigation bar to the left, is designed to assist in your academic endeavors.  Please become familiar with that information, so that you are prepared to complete your degree and proceed into professional engineering practice.

For completing your degree, information is provided on:  policies, enrollment, degree and credit hour requirements, degree options, and the overall curriculum.

For building your background and resume outside of KUME’s academic environment, there is information on:  study abroad, cooperative education/work, internships, student organizations, and searching for permanent jobs.

Beyond KUME, there is information on professional engineering licensing and other activities directed toward the future.

If you have questions, please direct those to ME faculty whom you know or email kume@ku.edu. KU-ME faculty and staff are ready to assist in planning for your academic success and/or for your life-long learning/career objectives.

 


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