Written by: Krista Scafidel Recently, the Society of Peer Mentors had the opportunity to reach out into the community and share what we have been working on. Reaching out into the community is a way for us as engineering students to inspire the future generations of STEM graduates. The amount of jobs in the STEM career field is constantly expanding, therefore… Continue reading Robotics Updates in Baton Rouge
This week we are putting a spotlight on one of our graduating mentors, Marlou de Guzman. Marlou is a Graduating Senior in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Robotics, Digital Media, and Chinese. He was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and enjoys music, sports, and tinkering. He has pursued 2 internships at GE.… Continue reading Mentor Spotlight: Marlou de Guzman
This week we are putting a spotlight on one of our veteran mentors, Matt Byrne. Matt Byrne is a Senior in Mechanical Engineering. He is originally from Metairie, Louisiana and enjoys painting, reading, playing video games, building robots, and watching movies. Matt is an eagle scout, the first in his family to be exact. His… Continue reading Mentor Spotlight: Matthew Byrne
As robotics mentors, we work to help teams and students succeed in their robotics programs. Our goal is to inspire students with regards to STEM, but these programs are not the only one's impacted. Our mentors are impacted and influenced by working with this program. This semester we polled each mentor to ask them how… Continue reading How has being a Robotics Mentor Impacted You?