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The Engineering National Graduate Institutional Name Exchange (ENGINE) was founded on May 1, 2015 by the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida.

History of the program – University of Florida.

Partner Institutions

Mizzou Engineering Students

The Engineering National Graduate Institutional Name Exchange (ENGINE) invites University of Missouri junior and senior undergraduate engineering students with interest in Ph.D. and master’s degree engineering programs to register online and answer all of the following questions. All students who register will automatically be added to the national consortium database. More than 160 institutions have been invited to participate to recruit you to graduate school for any/all of the following:

  • Fellowship opportunities,
  • Ph.D. programs
  • Funded campus visits
  • Summer research internships, master’s degree programs, application fee waivers
  • Research symposium invitations
  • New scholarships
  • Online graduate degrees
  • Graduate recruiting events
  • Other academic endeavors

In 2015, there were 56 institutions who participated. ENGINE organizers anticipated 70-80 institution participants in 2016.

By registering your information, you give permission for member institutions to contact you for the purposes of graduate school recruitment and other academic endeavors. Please note that once you agree to volunteer your information, you assume all risk for any unintended release of information to third parties not associate as ENGINE member institutions, should this unlikely event occur. If at any point, you decide you no longer want to be recruited for graduate school, you may contact ENGINE directly to have your name removed from the national consortium database. The information release data to other institutions begins on Sept. 9, 2016.

Information must be submitted before Sept. 2, 2016.

Submissions are now closed. Contact Jill Ford for more information.