The Honors College and the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture work together to offer students the knowledge, skills, connections, and real-world exposure they need to create solutions for the challenges of tomorrow. By combining their engineering curriculum that incorporates industry standard equipment and techniques with the critical thinking and people skills developed through the Honors College, our students graduate ready to inspire the world with new creations. Plus, opportunities for internships, research, leadership, entrepreneurship, and experiences abroad give our students the background to graduate ready for the work force, graduate, or professional school.
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Alyssa Norris is an Honors College student in the Voiland College of Engineering, a Fulbright scholar, and a traveling researcher investigating energy problems facing the U.S. Alyssa’s interest in innovation and entrepeneurship have led her to experiences in study abroad, paid internship, and student government.
Daniel Goto is a freshman in the Honors College studying Electrical Engineering. With the support of the Voiland College of Engineering and the Honors College, Daniel is creating an awesome college experience.
In the past two years eight students have founded five companies
Samuel Byrd, Bioengineering
Zane Duke, Bioengineering
Amber Graviet, Chemical Engineering
Emily Willard, Bioengineering
Elijah Shoemake, Mechanical Engineering
Amanda Scott, Strategic Communications – Public Relations
Monica Bomber, Chemical Engineering
Philip Pitts, Computer Science and Chinese
Victor’s decision to pursue an engineering degree was fueled by the strong sense of curiosity and an innate desire to problem solve that he developed while growing up in Alaska.