College of Engineering & Applied Science Alumni
The College of Engineering & Applied Science (CEAS) Alumni Network provides alumni with an important link to the college, its faculty, students, other alumni, and to the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association and the University of Cincinnati at large. The network represents over 39,000 living CEAS alumni and is governed by a volunteer board. It conducts a number of activities throughout the year, including professional development and educational events for students and alumni, recognizing and honoring outstanding alumni, and hosting an annual golf outing which has raised over $180,000 for scholarships.
Wednesday, Oct. 19
CEAS Alumni Awards Luncheon
Join Dean Teik C. Lim at the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science Alumni Awards Luncheon as we honor our 2016 CEAS Alumni Award winners.
Saturday, Oct. 22
CEAS Homecoming Celebration
Join CEAS faculty, staff and alumni for a Homecoming tent party. We will kick-off the celebration four hours prior to the game by watching the parade on Clifton Avenue. Next, we will head to our tailgate tent party on the lawn of Myers Alumni Center. Enjoy food, games and the chance to mingle with fellow Bearcats.
Don’t have your game tickets yet? We have a block of football tickets reserved for CEAS alumni and their guests in Section 116 for $20 each.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science Alumni Board is looking for new members! The CEAS Alumni Board is a volunteer group that works with the Associate Director of Alumni Relations and the Dean of the College in matters concerning CEAS alumni, and assists in the development and promotion of programs and activities to foster an ongoing affiliation between alumni and the college. If you are interested in getting involved with the CEAS Alumni Board, please email Ann Terry or call 513-556-4469 for more information.
Looking for more ways to engage with CEAS or UC? Fill out our form or email Ann Terry.
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