Case engineering students (not just freshmen) are required to take core courses in computer programming, materials and polymer science, statics, circuits, and thermodynamics. Large freshmen courses have large end-of-year study sessions such as the Math Gala and Chem Fiesta, but no similar event occurs for engineering courses. Tau Beta Pi created the Engineering Core Cram in an effort to fill this void. During one of the Reading Days, Tau Bates make themselves available to provide tutoring and last-minute assistance for the engineering core. In so doing, we have created an open forum for students in the core classes to ask questions of senior and junior engineering honor students.
This semester, the cram will be taking place on Wednesday April 29 from 3-5pm. Course TAs and other experienced students will be on hand to provide short "mini-reviews" of important concepts and to answer questions. For more information, please contact Stephanie.