Dartmouth Emerging Engineers is here to help.

We know that the road to engineering can be a challenge. Students often struggle with prerequisite courses before they even take an engineering course. We’ll help you get through the tough spots so you can reach your goals. We offer:

  • Free group study sessions
  • Empathetic TAs
  • Advising from engineering faculty
  • A community of engineering students
  • Invitations to engineering events
  • Study munchies

Free Group Study Sessions

The Study Center will open for winter term on Sunday, 1/6/19!

Sunday–Thursday, 7–10 pm

ENGS 1
MATH 1, 3, 8, 11, 13
PHYS 13, 14
CHEM 5
ENGS 20

MacLean Engineering Sciences Center
Room M001
(turn left inside main entrance)

Sundays – Junny & Alec - All subjects
Mondays – Conor, Jamie, & Taringana - All subjects
Tuesdays – Kavi & Wei Wei - All but Chem 5
Wednesdays – Carter & Josee - All but Chem 5
Thursdays – Hailey, Peter, & Lyndsi - All subjects

Advising and Events

Winter Term Course Selection Advising

DEE is happy to offer course selection advising by upper-class students and engineering professors. 
Location: MacLean 001, Time: 6-7pm

Schedule:
Wednesday, October 24 (peer advising)
Thursday, October 25 (peer advising)
Sunday, October 28 (peer advising)
Monday, October 29 (peer advising)
Tuesday, October 30 (Professor May)
Wednesday, October 31 (peer advising)
Thursday, November 1 (peer advising)

About DEE

Goals

This purpose of the DEE program is to improve the first-year experience of students entering Dartmouth with an interest in engineering. As part of the program we provide support and mentoring to these students in order to ensure they gain a solid academic foundation prior to beginning engineering courses.

Read about DEE in Dartmouth Engineer:
Smoothing the Road to Engineering

What we do

  • Train upper-class engineering TAs to provide support to rising engineering students as they work through the prerequisite courses.
  • Organize advising events with Thayer professors.
  • Invite students to events at Thayer, such as project presentations and machine shop tours.
  • Help students connect with upper-class students, graduate students and professors.
  • Connect rising engineering students with each other.

Leadership

Teaching Assistants

“Some of our best engineers could come from that person who might give up if there’s not another person saying that you can do it.”

—Ebony Smith ’18, DEE member and TA