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Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program

Peer-supported. Success through collaboration.

Our program offers underrepresented multi-ethnic engineering students an arena to build community, to collaborate and to take an active role to grow as aspiring engineering professionals.


  • Engage in a summer residential program
  • Participate in workshops for academic success
  • Focus on professional development at bi-weekly workshops
  • Collaborate with upperclass MEP students at study tables
  • Enroll with MEP peers in the same math, chemistry and physics courses
  • Engage in peer-to-peer mentoring
  • Receive individual advising with the MEP director
Building a Community of Success
Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program "Succeeding Together"
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About our Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program

  • Overview
  • Success Through Leadership
  • Celebrate!
  • Building Community and Promoting Research and Career Exploration

    Students' Academic Success Through Leadership

    20th Anniversary

    School of Engineering Resources
    "Why UD Engineering"
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    "Engineering That Matters"
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    "Experiential Learning"
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    University of Dayton Undergraduate Research "Go Baby Go"

    "Student Success"
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    "Thank you for Visiting" with Upcoming Events
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    Career Services "Flyer First Destination Survey"
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    Other Program Resources
    Cooperative Education "Explore Your Future"
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    Cooperative Education Employers
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    University of Dayton Cooperative Education "Top Ten Questions" 

    University of Dayton Career Services "Outcomes in the School of Engineering at the University of Dayton"

    The ETHOS Center: Engineers in Technical Humanitarian Opportunities of Service Learning "Making a Difference"
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    University of Dayton Engineers in Technical Humanitarian Opportunities of Service Learning (ETHOS) "An Internship Unlike Any Other"

    Women Engineering Program
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    Women in Science and Engineering Integrated Living-Learning Community (WISE ILLC) Newsletter
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    School of Engineering

    Kettering Laboratories
    300 College Park
    Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0254