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Arianna Haven 

Arianna landed her dream internship at NASA/Langley Research Center, and she advises other students to aim for such opportunities, too.

Phoenix Price

Phoenix jumped straight into projects and activities in the GW Innovation Center, and has expanded his understanding of innovation and his role in it.

Amanda Long

Amanda reached out to Dr. LeBlanc to try research, and has found that it is opening other opportunities to her, as well.


Life After GW:
Allegra Farrar

Now a PhD student at MIT, alumna Allegra Farrar credits the combination of good mentors and research and networking opportunities with preparing her for graduate studies.

Life After GW:
Conor Lyman

Conor Lyman is an alumnus working for a NYC-based start-up focused on renewable energy modeling. Conor learned through our SEASSPAN community how important collaboration is for engineering.

Life After GW:
Rachel Gray

Rachel Gray is continuing her studies and working toward her PhD at GW. Rachel praises her faculty mentors for advising her and giving her opportunities as an undergraduate to publish and present her research.


MAE Stories




The MAE Experience



MAE offers a Bachelor of Science program with several options, and a five-year combined Bachelor of Science/Master of Science programs. Find out which of our  academic options is best for you.



The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) Career Services Center is a fantastic resource, staffed with people who can help you prepare for life after college.



The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) provides wonderful study abroad options for engineering students.  Explore your opportunities.



Whether you want to learn new skills or meet new friends, MAE student organizations give you a chance to do both while you pursue your interests.