Engineering students, faculty, and staff enjoyed the 2017 Engineering Cookout on Friday, September 1. The semester-opening event welcomes students to campus and encourages participation in cooperative education and internship education programs. Participating companies come to the cookout to network with students and discuss the co-op and internship opportunities they offer.
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Engineering Professional Practice student ambassadors serve barbecue to fellow students and others at the 2017 Engineering Cookout.
The engineering campus community lined up for Buddy’s BBQ and to learn about co-op and internship opportunities with visiting companies.
Visiting companies helped provide food and refreshments for the Engineering Cookout.
Students learn about co-op and internship programs at Altec, one of the sponsoring companies for the cookout.
Eastman representatives discuss opportunities with TCE students.
The potential for rain took the cookout food & drink line inside the multi-level atrium of the Science and Engineering Research Facility.
Students enjoyed barbecue and browsed the information booths of visiting companies.
Southern Company helped provide support for the cookout and shared information on programs for students.
Some of the representatives from Eastman were former TCE Ambassadors and participants in the Engineering Professional Practice co-op and internship programs.
Associate Dean Masood Parang and Dean Wayne Davis chatted with representatives from Garmin during the cookout.