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About Us

Mission Statement
Southwest Institute for ENG Transfer Excellence (SWIETE)
ASU Charter - New American University: Toward 2025 and Beyond
NSF ENG ASAP Program Data, Surveys & Scholars
About Our NSF ENG ASAP Program and Scholarship Opportunities
ENG ASAP Class Materials
Sample ENG ASAP Assignments
Information for CC Scholars


Trends, Perspective & ASU Engineering

1. National Needs and Trends
2. Community College Transfer Students
3. ASU Engineering


Learning How To Learn

1. Learning Strategies: Effective and Ineffective
2. Understanding Your Brain, Personality, Emotions and Happy Chemicals


Engineering Your Future: Skills, Projects, Jobs, Graduate School, Mentoring, ++

1. Ongoing Technological Revolution: Presentations, Links and Videos
2. Choosing a Technical Area and Pursuing Career-Steering/Shaping Projects
3. Exciting Engineering Career Opportunities, Career Planning, Setting Goals-Objectives-Milestones and Short-Term Targets
4. Preparing for a Career Fair, Interviews, and Jobs
5. Graduate School
6. Mentoring
7. Entrepreneurial Pathway


Life-Long Success Tips

1. Attributes for Tomorrow's Engineers & Becoming the Engineer of the FUTURE!
2. Philosophy: Toward Success, Balance, Fulfilment
3. Bad Situations, Professionalism, and Success
4. Communications and Personal Skills



NSF ENG ASAP Program Partners
General Counseling Tips, Mindset and More
Academic Impressions: Articles Archive
Important Events and ASAP-METS Company Information Sessions
ASU ENG ASAP Program Recruitment Events (CC Visits to ASU ENG)
High School Outreach: Summer Engineering Experience (SEE@ASU)







Dr. Armando A. Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Southwest Institute for ENG Transfer Excellence (SWIETE)

Motivated Engineering Transfer Students (METS) Center
Professor of Electrical Engineering
School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University

Tyler Mall, GWC 352
Mailstop 875706
Tempe, AZ 85287-5706
Office: (480) 965-3712
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http://aar.faculty.asu.edu/

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