Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
6:00 pm Arrival
6:10 pm Brief Welcome, Daniel Little, Chancellor
6:15 pm Program, A.W. (Tony) England, Dean
6:30 pm Presentation of the 2014 Alumni Service Award, Bob Lust, CECS Alumni Board of Affiliates
6:35 pm 2014 Alumni Service Award Winner
6:40 pm CECS Showcase
8:00 pm Conclude
Networking, Heavy Hors d'ouerves
Student Dress: Business Attire or Team Polo/Shirt with Dress Pants
The CECS Showcase is an open house for our campus community, campus leadership, donors, alumni, industry partners, faculy, staff and students to share in our activities from the last year. At this year's Showcase you can expect to see our winning Senior Design Project, our SAE Combustion and Electric Teams, the Intelligent Systems Club (Robotics), and some of our active Student Organizations. We will highlight our Outreach initiatives and will have members of our partner organizations on hand. You will also be able to see our concept for a new Engineering Lab Building (ELB) as we would like it to be once funding has been identified.
This Showcase is the first of what will be an annual CECS event. It is an opportunity for our students to engage with campus and community leaders as well as our alumni to enhance their networking skills. Please plan to participate in what promises to be an enjoyable evening that celebrates all aspects of CECS.
When & Where
The College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn
The College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn offers nine undergraduate degree programs, two undergraduate degree programs that are collateral to a principal undergraduate degree in engineering or computer science, and a minor in computer science. At the graduate level, thirteen master's degree programs and two Ph.D. programs are offered. The college offers programs leading to bachelor of science in engineering degrees in electrical engineering, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, and mechanical engineering. These degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET). In addition, students in these bachelor of science in engineering programs may earn a second degree in engineering mathematics. The college also offers a four-year degree program leading to a bachelor of science in computer and information science (CIS). Programs are offered as conventional academic programs and as part of the cooperative education program.
The mission of the College of Engineering and Computer Science is to be the leader in providing quality undergraduate and graduate programs in an environment integrated with engineering practice, research, and continuing professional education, in close partnership with the industrial community.