Sunday, April 12, 2015
UCLA Engineering Open House *AGENDA*
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FOR INVITED GUESTS ONLY
Because of the legendary LA traffic, we advise that you give yourself plenty of time to arrive on time or early.
The day will begin with a General Session in Pauley Pavilion promptly at 9:00 A.M, but doors will open at 8am so you can explore the Pauley concourse.Please grab a bite prior to arrival or pack a snack for the morning. Lunch will be provided in the department sessions, but timing varies.
Dress comfortably, there will be some walking around. If you need special accommodations please let us know (UCLAEngrOpenHouse@seas.ucla.edu)
Parking - $12 for the day (click here for general campus maps/directions and here for an interactive map of UCLA). Please park in Lot 7 or Lot 8 as we will be starting the day in Pauley Pavilion. Please visit the following website for directions to campus or you may use the UCLA interactive campus map.
Lot 7 (recommended):
- From the 405 (San Diego Freeway) exit to Sunset Blvd East.
- From Sunset, turn right on Westwood Plaza
- Immediately turn right on Charles E. Young Drive North (this is a pretty quick turn.
- Structure 7 entrance will be approximately 100 yards up on the left. Look for parking attendants on hand.
Lot 8 (self-pay stations):
- From the 405 (San Diego Freeway) exit to Wilshire Blvd East.
- Travel east three blocks to Westwood Blvd and turn left.
- Travel five blocks and turn left into Lot 8, proceed up the ramp and park in spaces that are not reserved for permits. You may purchase a day pass at one of the payment kiosks. The information and parking booth on Westwood will be open if you have questions.
|Welcome and Introductions||
Associate Dean, HSSEAS
from the Dean
|Vijay K. Dhir
|Introduction of the Departments by the Chairs and Faculty Representatives
Chair, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Chair, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Chair, Computer Science
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Chair, Materials Science and Engineering
Chair, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Director of Operations, Riot Games
Computer Science and Engineering, 1986
UCLA Tau Beta Pi
11:00 A.M. – 12:30/1:00 P.M. Department and Major Sessions
Guests will be led from Pauley to their next location by department.
|Aerospace Engineering||Young Hall Trueblood Lecture Hall (Rm CS50)|
|Bioengineering||La Kretz Hall (Rm 110)|
|Chemical Engineering||Franz Hall (Rm 1178)|
|Civil Engineering||CNSI Auditorium|
|Computer Science||Broad Art Center (Rm 2160E)|
|Computer Science & Engineering||Broad Art Center (Rm 2160E)|
|Electrical Engineering|| Haines Hall (Rm 39)
|Materials Engineering||Math Science Building (Rm 5200)|
|Mechanical Engineering||Young Hall Trueblood Lecture Hall (Rm CS50)|
|Undeclared||Information to follow RSVP|
12:30/1:00 P.M. – 1:30/2:00 P.M. Lunch and Informal Meet & Greet
|Aerospace Engineering||Young Hall Patio
|Bioengineering||La Kretz Hall|
|Chemical Engineering||Franz Courtyard|
|Civil Engineering||CNSI Lobby|
|Computer Science||Coral Walk/Broad Art Plaza|
|Computer Science & Engineering||Coral Walk/Broad Art Plaza|
|Electrical Engineering||Dickson Court North|
|Materials Engineering||Math Sciences 5200|
|Mechanical Engineering||Young Hall Patio
|Undeclared||Information to follow RSVP|
The below events overlap and you are free to visit the computer labs, or explore the campus on your own.
UCLA Engineering Ambassador Tours
Meet our UCLA Engineering Ambassadors! They will offering tours of Engineering and will be available to you more about our facilities, answer questions, and share their experiences. Starting point is at the front of Boelter Hall, near the Student Group Fair. Tours will be on-going until 3:30.
You are advised to wear comfortable shoes.
Come to our Engineering Student Organizations Fair in the Court of Sciences
Talk to student leaders and discover first hand what some of the many Engineering Student Organizations have to offer you. Getting involved is critical to your success at UCLA. We have 47+ clubs with a wide range of interests and levels of involvement. We invite you to check out as many as you want and find the best fit for you!
Submit your vote for best table!
(Tentative) 2:00 P.M.& 3:00 P.M. Housing Tours - Line up at the Bruin Bear!
If you want the full preview of life "On the Hill" as it is affectionately known, Saturday is really when housing will be out in force. You can tour multiple styles of rooms, you can talk to student panels, faculty resident panels, score swag, and have multiple opportunities to meet current resident students. We are still working out the details and hope to be able to coordinate a few tours for visitors who were not able to come to Bruin Day on Saturday, but this will not be the same experience. Getting to the dorms is an uphill walk to the residential halls and you are advised to wear comfortable shoes.
SEASnet Computer Labs will be open for viewing:
Computer Labs located in Boelter Hall rooms 2684, 4404, 4405, and 4442
Explore the campus on your own*
Download the self-guided tour podcast to explore the rest of campus on your own or download a self-guided brochure here. A Self-guided tour brochure is included in your welcome packet. The campus is large and there are hills; you are advised to wear comfortable shoes.
Campus Tours - additional campus tours will be available throughout the month of April. Campus tours are reserved for prospective and admitted students – for details refer to http://www.admissions.ucla.edu/Prospect/tours.htm
Detailed Agenda Maps of the day's activities will be included in the welcome packets distributed at the General Session.
Reminder, you are parked in Lot 7 or Lot 8. We will have students available in the Court of Sciences who can help you get back to your cars.
At Bruin Day, you will get a personal feel for UCLA's energized students, the extraordinary undergraduate programs, and the biggest selection of events, arts, recreation, and happenings at any university. Take advantage of this opportunity to explore UCLA student clubs and organizations, campus and housing tours, financial aid resources, and other undergraduate opportunities. Register for both Saturday and Sunday!