Undergraduate Programs | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Living & Learning Communities

Living and Learning Programs are specialized residential programs with connections to faculty and specific academic units/departments within the University’s Division of Academic Affairs.  Resident Life staff and other student services staff at the University link the curricular and residential experiences in ways that create opportunities for deeper understanding and integration of classroom material.


Peer Mentoring Program

The Peer Mentoring Program provides women in engineering and transfer students the opportunity to be a part of mentoring teams during the fall semester. Mentoring teams meet regularly to provide support, discuss their experiences, and explore opportunities within engineering at UMD.


Student Advisory Board

The Women in Engineering Student Advisory Board (WIESAB) was established to give undergraduate students the opportunity to voice their opinions and implement changes that can benefit all students and the Clark School.


Summer Internships with WIE

Each year, the Women in Engineering Program hires engineering education interns to assist with the development and coordination of their middle and high school summer camps.


The Women in Engineering Program coordinates a variety of programs that aim to support and enhance the development of undergraduate engineers within the Clark School. Programs are designed to help students achieve their goals and help them cultivate a community of support.

Cara Hamel - a member of the FLEXUS Executive Board and Fire Protection Engineering major.