Intro


Hi everyone! Welcome to the UT Engineering Advice Column. We’ll be answering some pretty meaningful questions from our members, ranging from mental health advice to how to navigate online classes. We hope that this column will not only serve as a resource for you to learn how to succeed academically, personally, and professionally, but will also help you feel more connected to the UT engineering community as a whole. We know that times are so uncertain right now, but we feel that it makes it even more important to be able to find resources for yourself.


We’re incredibly excited to kick off our column this Monday! Our advice column will span a total of seven weeks, ending right before school begins, and you’ll be able to hear from a diverse range of perspectives from many of our engineering organizations’ student leaders. The student organizations involved for the summer are:

Cockrell School Cares (CSC)

Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW)

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Pi Sigma Pi (PSP)

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Student Engineering Council (SEC)

Student Engineers Educating Kids (SEEK)

Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE)

Women in Mechanical Engineering (WME)


We can’t wait to meet all of you in the fall, whether it be virtually or in person, and hope that you are able to benefit from these columns. Best of luck during this summer, and stay safe and healthy!


UT SWE Publicity, FY21

Kaitlyn Ng, PR Director, Civil Engineering '22

Annisya Sabrina, Publicity Chair, Chemical Engineering '23

Harshita Mattapalli, Publicity Chair, Aerospace Engineering '23


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