Alumni & External Relations
An Open Letter to ECE Alumni
This message is for ECE alumni from Steven W. McLaughlin, Steve W. Chaddick School Chair
Georgia Tech Alumni Association
This link goes to the Georgia Tech Alumni Association web site.
ECE Advisory Board
The ECE Advisory Board provides vital input to ECE faculty and administrators about the School's academic and research programs on a regular basis.
Promoting mutually beneficial collaboration between academia and industry
ECE’s international stature is a result of its groundbreaking technological innovations and research. From power generation to microsystems, to new fields of bioengineering and nanotechnology, ECE is consistently at the cutting edge of new frontiers of electrical and computer engineering applications. ECE faculty and its graduates define and drive today’s electrical and computer engineering industry. ECE’s industrial programs have been established to:
- maintain research focus on industry needs,
- facilitate efficient transfer of research results to industry,
- promote strong relationships with ECE faculty and students,
- provide industry with an avenue to support students, faculty, and academic programs,
- help to identify the best student recruiting programs to meet your hiring needs, and
- offer opportunities for student co-op and internship experiences.
ECE's corporate friends can become involved with the School in many different ways.
Take a professional education course: Practicing electrical engineers and computer engineers can refresh their technical knowledge and skills by taking courses through Georgia Tech's Professional Education Office.
Become a member of ECE Corporate Affiliates Partnerships (CAP): Corporate memberships are offered at $20,000 and $30,000 annual levels and provide flexible and tailored access to ECE students, faculty, publications, seminars, workshops, and regularly scheduled conferences.
Participate in ECE’s research centers: Benefit from ECE’s cutting-edge research and become a member of one of ECE’s affiliated centers and consortia.
Support a professor, student laboratory, or facility: Champion a faculty member by supporting a chair, professorship or junior faculty award; establish an undergraduate scholarship or graduate fellowship; provide state-of-the-art learning environments by contributing to an ECE facility or laboratory.
Take part in student life: Give presentations to student groups and participate in a huge variety of student activities in ECE and at Georgia Tech.
Last revised on November 16, 2012.