What is a Gordon Scholar?

A Gordon Scholar is a talented individual that demonstrates excellence in the following areas: leadership, engineering ability, communication skills and teamwork ability. See our current undergraduate and graduate Gordon Scholars cohort below.

The Gordon Scholars program offers a clearly defined pathway for students to develop into engineering leaders. Over a one year period, Scholars learn the principles, theory, attitudes and skill sets required to be an engineering leader through a progressive education, training and practice program.

Each year, the Gordon Center selects students at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels to become Gordon Scholars. To apply to the Gordon Scholars program click here.

Why Did You Apply?

The Gordon Center measures the success of the Gordon Scholars program yearly and continuously improves its leadership programs by means of surveys and tracking the students and alumni feedback. See what our past Gordon Scholars had to say as to why they applied to be a Gordon Scholar in this video.

What Was Your Favorite Experience?

The Gordon Scholars program prides itself in making sure that all students learn the principles, theory, attitudes and skill sets required to be an engineering leader through a progressive education, training and practice program. See what our Gordon Scholars favorite experience was and the most valuable part of the program in this video.

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