I must say, I am pretty excited to announce our plans for #GivingTuesday 2015! US News and World Report defines alumni engagement as a core metric in its university ranking system. To that end, we are determined to recruit500 NEW alumni donors IN THE MONTH OF DECEMBER.
GIFTS OF ANY VALUE, IN SUPPORT OF ANY FUND in the Francis College of Engineering count towards our goal. I am confident we can make this happen – but we need help from you, our alumni. Here is how you can help:
It’s a busy day on campus! We love it when the office is buzzing with activity!
We also want to welcome Mr. Ed McCormick, President of the Board of Trustees of the Water Environment Federation, the largest water quality professional association in the world, back to campus. Mr. McCormick will deliver a talk on sustainability entitled, “Utilities of the Future,” TONIGHT, beginning at 5:00PM in Alumni Hall (North Campus). Mr. McCormick’s visit is part of a combined Civil and Environmental Engineering Colloquium and ASCE Guest Lecture.
Mr. McCormick graduated in 1977 from the University of Lowell/LTI with a BS in Civil Engineering. In 1979, he received his MS in Sanitary Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.
For more information on alumni engagement/speaking opportunities, please contact the Dean’s Office at 978-934-2572, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on our Civil and Environmental Engineering Program, click here.