Engineers design, operate and manage various forms of structures, machines and processes for the benefit of society. They solve real life problems in order to improve the lives of people everywhere and to ensure future sustainability.
An engineering education is multi-disciplinary, very exciting and provides a tremendous edge in the job market; it is one of the best springboards to your future whether you are a man or a woman. It leads to careers characterized by fulfilling work, professional challenges, financial rewards, prestige,
professional working environments, technological innovation and access to managerial positions.
The College of Engineering hosted a Siemens Day event on Thursday November 5th, 2015. The event was entitled "Jobs, Internship Opportunities, & Career Advice for Engineers." A 150+ audience of students and faculty members attended the event. Siemens human resources Ms. Nada Al Sheaiby and Head of Professional Education Dr. Nathaniel Darban engaged the students in a presentation and a follow up Q&A session on the male and female sides.
A software engineering student from Alfaisal has contributed an enabling software solution to an MIT patented and award-winning project. The outstanding fourth year student, Sara Alarifi, spent a twelve weeks internship at MIT's reputable Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (MIT – CSAIL). Sara was involved in the WiTrack project under the supervision of MIT's Wireless Center Director and the 2013 MacArthur "Genius" Fellow, Professor Dina Katabi .View more stories.