Graduate Preview

When: March 28-29, 2024
Where: FAMU-FSU College of Engineering


Join us on March 28-29 to learn about the college, our faculty, and graduate student life in Tallahassee, Florida. Over two days in Florida’s beautiful and unique Red Hills region, you will discover:

  • What sets our college apart from the rest
  • Unique benefits within the College of Engineering
  • Q&A sessions with your department
  • College, department and laboratory tours
  • Personal meetings with faculty and administrators
  • Current graduate student research poster presentations


Schedule of Events

Thursday, March 28, 2024 (all Thursday events are optional)

Self-Guided Tours at FAMU and FSU main campus

11:00 AM-12:00 PM – Graduate Seminar with National Academy of Engineering member Dr. Nancy Sottos (join other graduate students & faculty from the college and two universities)

5:00-7:00 PM Evening reception with poster presentations (meet department faculty & staff) @ Challenger Learning Center: 200 S Duval St, Tallahassee, FL 32301


Friday, March 29, 2024

8:00-8:30 AM – Breakfast & Welcome- AME Lobby

8:30-9:00 AM – Associate Dean’s Message- AME 106

9:00-12:00 PM – Department Breakout Sessions

  • Civil and Environmental- COE A329
  • Chemical and Biomedical- COE A115
  • Electrical and Computer- CAPS 321
  • Industrial and Manufacturing- MRB 114 (HPMI)
  • Mechanical- AME 211
  • Materials Science and Engineering- MRB 115

12:15-1:15 PM – Lunch with Faculty & Staff- MRB/HPMI

1:15-4:15 PM – Research Center Tours

5:30 PM – Dinner with current Graduate Students @ Local Tallahassee Restaurants


There are a limited number of spaces available for Grad Preview. Be sure to request your spot by Wednesday, March 13, 2024, to be considered for a travel stipend!  Local guests and those not in need of a travel stipend, have until Friday, March 22, 2024, to RSVP.

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**We offer travel assistance for prospective graduate students from outside the Tallahassee area. Please note your interest in travel expenses when making your request. Priority consideration will be given to admitted doctoral students.**