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Welcome to The J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University!
2019-2020 Mechanical Engineer department student ambassadors

The objective of the MEEN Ambassadors is to provide a peer-to-peer perspective to prospective students, freshmen, and current mechanical engineering students. The Ambassadors are able to offer the unique viewpoint of a current mechanical engineering student and have a wide range of experiences from which to draw information. The Ambassadors are available to answer questions regarding mechanical engineering as a profession, the J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, class and scheduling advice, study-abroad, internships, co-ops, student organizations, transferring to the department, and the general engineering entry to a major process, among other things.

Email: MEEN-Ambassador@tamu.edu

Ambassador Activities

  • Lead weekly prospective student presentation and lab tour; serve on student panels for prospective students and their parents; participate in recruiting events held by the department, college and university; meet individually with prospective students during walk-in hours
  • Host activities for freshman general engineers to promote the field of mechanical engineering; assist with department information sessions for freshman general engineers; give tours to and lead activities with visiting high school student groups
  • Work with department academic advisors on improving student services through special projects
Peer Mentoring Walk-In Hours

MEEN Ambassadors will be available by virtual appointments this semester. Please email meen-ambassador@tamu.edu to speak with someone or schedule a meeting.