Dear valued College of Engineering alumni and supporters,
The University of Arizona’s top priority is the health and safety of our community. To minimize the risk of spreading coronavirus, all events through May have been canceled. Events scheduled beyond that point will be reassessed in late April and may also be postponed. This information will be updated as the situation unfolds.
The following events have been canceled or rescheduled:
Annual Thomas G. Chapman Scholarship Luncheon
Originally scheduled for April 22, 2020
Canceled – event will return in spring 2021
Selection committee will review scholarship candidates remotely.
Annual da Vinci Dinner & Hall of Fame Recognition
Originally scheduled for May 3, 2020
Canceled – events will return in spring 2021
Craig M. Berge Engineering Design Day
Originally scheduled for May 4, 2020
The public event has been canceled. However, students will participate in a virtual Design Day with remote judging.
University of Arizona Commencement
Originally scheduled for May 15
The university is planning an alternate graduation experience for families. Updates will be available beginning March 27. See this announcement from President Robert C. Robbins for more information.
Please visit the university’s coronavirus website for the most up to date campus information.
If you have any questions about College of Engineering alumni and donor events, please contact the Development and Alumni team. You can also reach any member of the team directly by scrolling down this page to the Contact section.
We wish you and your family all the best for a healthy spring. Thank you for your understanding and your support of the university.
Bear Down, and Stay Connected!
Check out all the opportunities featured below to stay in touch or volunteer, or send us your ideas! You are positioned to guide our students in ways only UA Engineering graduates can. Your contributions help prepare students for the workforce and affirm their entrepreneurial resolve. Your support bolsters the region’s economy and strengthens the College’s capacity to find solutions for some of the world’s biggest challenges. Check out all the opportunities – featured below – to volunteer and stay connected, or send us your ideas!
A Gift for the Greatest Needs
“My wife and I have simply gained a level of trust with the people administering this gift. We want to give them the flexibility to take care of what’s most important at the time.”
- John Somerhalder (BS/CE 1977), 2016 UA Engineering Alumnus of the Year
The Somerhalders, featured in the UA’s fall 2017 alumni magazine, contributed $1 million to the Dean’s Endowed Fund for Excellence in Engineering.
JUNE 17-JULY 8
Water in the Native World Webinars
Join the discussion about water challenges facing tribes, and learn how Indigenous scientists, community members and students are working together to tackle those problems. The series runs for four weeks, every Wednesday from 2-3 p.m. Please register to attend this free event.
Wildcats for Life! Far more than a state of mind.
Contact the UA College of Engineering Development Office
Want more information? Call 520.621.8051, or email email@example.com
Wildcat engineering alumni can be found all over the globe. The University sponsors 40 Wildcat chapters nationwide that host professional and social events each year.
Contact our development team for more on all the ways to support the UA College of Engineering.
Assistant Director, Stewardship and Donor Engagement
Assistant Director, Alumni Relations and Special Events
Associate Director of Development
Director of Development
Margie V. Puerta Edson
Senior Director of Development
We’ll work with you and your financial advisors to plan a gift that meets your philanthropic goals.