Four U of A students spent the afternoon with us We met students who were earning their bachelors or masters degrees in civil engineering, biology, and visual communications College Student Panel
Campus Tour Old Main-first building of the university in 1885 Student Union-place to eat, relax, and seek resources to make college more enjoyable. Library-public to the community & is the only building on campus that is not red brick
College Prep Scholarships Gates Millennium Scholarship Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Majors of interest Engineering, graphic design, law, forensic science… What can we do now? Get good grades, learn time management, & achieve in extracurricular clubs & sports
Practice is only way to get better Don’t forget to ask questions. Also, multi-tasking is very important Be creative HAVE FUN!!!
There were many people who made NASEP possible and we would like to take a minute to say thank you! Thank you
Ak-Chin Community National Science Foundation Raytheon Marlene Platero & Emerson Bitsuie Sandia National Laboratories Dr. Julius Yellowhair UA Native American Student Affairs Office of Early Academic Outreach Lori Tochihara & Staff College of Optical Sciences Dr. Nasser Pegyhambarian, PI, Dr. Meredith Kupinski, CIAN Kimberly Sierra-Cajas, STC, & Corey Christensen Special Advisor to the President-Native American Affairs Karen Francis-Begay Thank you Alaskan Native Science & Engineering Program Dr. Herb Schroeder & Matt Calhoun SUSD Native American Advisors Connie Greenberg & Felicia Espinosa TUSD Native American Studies Anselmo Ramon UA College of Engineering Dr. Ray Umshankar & Peter Druart Rapid Prototype Printing Brian Miller & Lars Furenlid UA Native American Student Panelist AZ Live Virtual Reality Marvin Landis UA Office of Admissions