All seminars will be held on the third Thursday of the month from Noon – 1:00 p.m. in Reed 114. The emphasis of the talks is applied research. Speakers for 2004-05 series are:
|Mr. John Beaumont||Plastics Engineering Program Chair and Professor of Engineering||9/16/2004|
|Dr. John Roth||Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering||10/21/2004|
|Dr. Lukas Sekanina||Fulbright Scholar from Czech Republic, Jet Propulsion Laboratory||11/18/2004|
|Dr. Bob Gray||Assistant Professor of Engineering||1/20/2005|
|Dr. Joseph McClellan||Hamot Hospital||2/17/2005|
|Dr. Thomas Hemminger||Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering||3/17/2005|
Signup for the Spring 2005 FE Exam by 11/15/04 and SEET will reimburse 50% of the exam fee !
We will also organize a group (discount) purchase of the EIT/FE Exam Review Book by Michael R. Lindeburg, P.E. (ISBN 1-888577-53-3)
Review for the EIT/FE Exam
We will review Math, Chemistry, Physics, Statics, Strength of Materials, Thermodynamics, etc. in a once per week, 2-3 hour meeting. Last year, it looked like this:
EIT/FE Exam Preparation
The Engineer-In-Training/Fundamentals-of-Engineering exam is the first step towards the goal of the P.E. after your name later in life.
2003 EIT REVIEW LECTURE SERIES
Sponsored by the ASME Student Sections at Penn State-Erie
The EIT review is approximately a ten-part lecture series focused on preparing juniors and seniors for their first step toward a professional engineer’s license. A different topic will be covered each week by a professor experienced in that area. The lectures will last from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) on the dates indicated.
|10-Feb||Monday||170 Nick||Statics||Mr. Ed Evans|
|17-Feb||Monday||170 Nick||Chemistry||Dr. Spudich|
|24-Feb||Monday||170 Nick||Strength of Materials||Mr. Shannon Sweeney|
|26-Feb||Wednesday||170 Nick||Mathematics||Mr. Olsavsky|
|3-Mar||Monday||170 Nick||Dynamics||Mr. Edward Evans|
|19-Mar||Wednesday||170 Nick||Fluid Mechanics||Mr. Tom Briselden|
|24-Mar||Monday||170 Nick||Electronics & Circuits||Mr. Ron Krahe|
|31-Mar||Monday||170 Nick||Engr. Economics||Mr. Bob Edwards|
|2-Apr||Wednesday||170 Nick||Thermodynamics||Mr. Dave Johnson|
|7-Apr||Monday||170 Nick||Power & Refrigeration||Mr. Ken Fisher|
Work on the appropriate problems in your EIT review manual before each subject is covered and bring any questions you have to the lectures.
Try to attend as many lectures as possible; it will enhance your chances of passing the exam.
* * * * * * * * EIT EXAM - SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH * * * * * * * *
Thank you & GOOD LUCK !!!!