Increase your engagement with the college: visit campus regularly, attend college events, participate in on-campus interviews, employ engineering graduates, volunteer to host alumni activities, be a mentor for current students, and support your alma mater.
Your engagement with the College of Engineering and participation in its programs are crucial to our goal to become a Top 20 public research institution. Our College of Engineering’s past is distinguished, its present is secure, and its future is unlimited.
There are many events and activities held each year in order to connect alumni to the college, support students, assist in the recruitment of prospective engineering students and promote the accomplishments of research and innovation. Please check out the events calendar today to find your opportunity to #ENGage.
The UKEAA Board is designed to guide the College of Engineering; increase alumni involvement; leverage alumni talents and resources to benefit the UKEAA and the College of Engineering; serve as an ambassador for the College of Engineering through interactions with students, faculty, administrators, and external parties; offer professional expertise and individual talents to expand and promote the UKEAA; plan, support and attend UKEAA events; participate in committee endeavors. For more information on how you can #ENGage with the UKEAA Board, please contact the Office of Alumni & Philanthropy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Finance Committee is designed to manage the finances and develop the annual budget; identify, explore and develop viable alternatives for income; and determine prospective UKEAA expense opportunities. Contact Rob Parker to #ENGage today.
The Outreach Committee will work towards providing regular opportunities for current students, faculty and staff, alumni, and family and friends of the University of Kentucky College of Engineering, to participate in activities that will improve and #ENGage the community. Contact Anastasia Hauser to #ENGage today.
The Retention, Recruitment and Diversity (RRD) Committee is committed to effectively improving retention, recruitment and diversity within the University of Kentucky College of Engineering through many activities that include the Living Learning Program, alumni-prospective activities, career services, The Alumni Mentor Program (AMP), student organization meetings and assistance, prospective student correspondence, school speakers, and active recruitment. Contact Dominique Wright to #ENGage today.
The Scholarship and Award Committee is charged with evaluating applications and awarding two annual scholarships; assessing application and presenting the Senior Leadership Award to an outstanding senior; and annually reviewing the current identification and selection system. Contact Katy Ansert to #ENGage today.
The Vision, Mission and Goals (VMG) Committee is tasked with annually evaluating the mission, vision and goals of the UKEAA; evaluating the positions of the Executive Committee; and developing member position and role responsibility descriptions. Contact Austin Mattingly to #ENGage today.