The Engineering Fellows program
brings the perspective of the practicing engineer
to students who are studying fundamental topics.
An Engineering Fellow:
- Works closely with a course instructor to
take advantage of the engineer's practical perspective
to deepen the fundamentals of the course and discipline
- Mentors up to seven students for one semester
- Meets with mentees for recitation or discussion once per week
Although Engineering Fellows are volunteers,
they are valued contributors to Tufts' mission, and
for the time of their appointment, they are full members of the Tufts
Each Engineering Fellow will be appointed
with the title Engineering Fellow or
Senior Engineering Fellow, and he or she will be issued a
Tufts ID card bearing that title.
In honor of their commitment, each Engineering Fellow receives a
Engineering Fellows enjoy library privileges and access to athletic
To help foster closer ties between
Engineering Fellows and their students,
Tufts encourages them to join their students for meals in Tufts
dining halls, at Tufts' expense.
Engineering Fellows are invited to all departmental colloquia;
they may also have the opportunity to present their
own work at departmental colloquia.