In addition to getting advising from our professional advisors regarding major requirements and experiential learning opportunities, CSE majors can meet with our CSE Undergraduate Committee members who offer advising and mentorship on many topics including , but not limited to:
- Job/internship opportunities and how to get them
- Career path options
- How to get involved in research
- What a particular sub-field is about
- Course enrichment opportunities
If you would like to connect with any of our committee members, feel free to email them or stop by their office hours:
|Instructor Name||Office Number / Room #||Areas of specialty / interests: (i.e applying to graduate school, AI, software engineering, preparing for interviews, etc)|
|Gillespie, Gary||CSE firstname.lastname@example.org||
General questions, resumes, industry, being professional, writing advice.
Available by appointment only.
|Griswold, William||CSE email@example.com||Research, grad school, careers, software engineering|
|Politz, Joseph||CSE firstname.lastname@example.org||Grad school, education outreach, software engineering, technical interviews|
|Dr. Riek||CSE email@example.com||Research, graduate school, and robotics|
|Impagliazzo, Russell||CSE firstname.lastname@example.org||Research, theory classes, graduate school|
|Soosai Raj, Adalbert Gerald||CSE email@example.com||Undergraduate computing education research, technical interviews, grad school, teaching careers, CS outreach|
|Swanson, Steven||CSE firstname.lastname@example.org||Grad school, research, systems, architecture|
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