Student Success Center News and Events

Fall AEW Registration Open

Academic Excellence Workshop (AEW) is a one-credit P/F course that provides supplemental support for various math and introductory ECS courses. Sign-up via MySlice utilizing this form as a reference.  Please direct any questions to

ECS Engagement Week – September 4th-7th Rt44

Learn about some of the many ways you can get involved at SU!  Representatives from ECS student organizations will be tabling in the Link Lobby on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Looking for something outside of ECS?  The Campus-Wide Involvement Fair will be held on the Quad on Wednesday.  Be sure to stop by each day for information and a chance to win prizes!  

EY Day: 9/6/18, all day, Life Sciences Atrium/Link 128Rt44

Ernst and Young will be tabling in the Life Sciences Atrium and hosting open office hours in Link 128 from 10am-12am & 2pm-4pm. Please bring a copy of your resume. Click here for more information about Ernst and Young.  

EY Career Fair: 9/6/18, 6:30pm, Sheraton Ballroom

A chance to network and discover opportunities at EY.

S’More Time Management: 9/10/18, 7pm, Link 369Rt44

Enjoy some s’mores and learn about how to make the most of your time.  Facilitated by Success Advisor, Derek K. Pooley.  RSVP here

EY TAP Diversity Info Session: 9/10/18, 6:30pm, Hinds Hall 111

Information about the Technology Advisor Program through EY. This session will include information on opportunities and an emphasis on diversity and inclusion.

Route 44 Score Updates:

Top Individuals: Shane Sefransky (37 points), Kayla Saladyga (37 points), Courtney Davis (20 points)

Team Rankings: Heather Blue (892 points), Charcoal (750 points), Orange (687 points), Royal Blue (660 points)

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Tuesday, September 4, 2018 

The Mobileye Story with Mois Navon: 9/5/18, 7:30pm, Link 369

Mois Navon is a founding engineer and program manager at Mobileye, an Israeli startup which is at the forefront of developing autonomous cars. The company was acquired by Intel for more than $15 billion dollars. Navon holds several patents in the company’s hardware “system on a chip.”  In “The Mobileye Story,” Navon describes his life journey from L.A. surfer to Jerusalem rabbi and engineer.

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