Professional Development and Enrichment
SUEP strives to provide as many opportunities as possible for students to develop personally, creatively, academically and professionally. Several of those opportunities fall within SUEP programming, such as working in the classroom, being an SUEP student leader, helping select future Norlin scholars, or honing professional skills by presenting your work or moderating a panel at our undergraduate conference. We feature student art and music on a regular basis at our events, in our physical space and in cyberspace. Students who participate well beyond the minimum requirements may be eligible for additional funds for off-campus research, unpaid internships, international study or service, or other enrichment activities. Likewise, heavily involved students may also be eligible for an extra semester or two of funding.