An Open Letter to Alumni of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Dear ECE Alumni,
Thank you for visiting ECE’s web site. You are a member of a rarified group of people who received a degree from our School. This community of people, now numbering over 15,500, continues to make significant and distinctive contributions to our profession and to many related fields
What you have collectively accomplished is in large measure responsible for the ever-growing tradition and reputation of Georgia Tech and our School as one of the best engineering education and research institutions in the world. In like measure, that reputation enhances the value of all our degrees.
ECE has been working to strengthen its connection with our alumni over the past years. As the ECE School Chair, I am committed to continuing this work, with the goal of making your connection with ECE a lifelong one that will be mutually beneficial.
You can remain involved with the School in many ways. First and foremost, please keep us posted on where you are and what you are doing through our Contact Alumni Affairs at ECE page. Also, keep abreast of what is going on at ECE through our bi annual alumni newsletter, ECE Connection, and our on-line newsletter ECE Highlights. Visit the Institute’s Alumni Affairs web site to find out about Institute-wide events, continuing education opportunities, and local alumni clubs and activities.
Of course, financial support is always welcome. In fact, the financial contributions of ECE alumni represent a vital resource for the School’s programs and services. If you would like to make a contribution, or have an idea for an innovative gift, please contact Martina Emmerson Hubbarth at 404.894.0274 or at email@example.com.
I appreciate your support and honor your continued involvement with the ECE family of faculty, students, staff, and alumni.
Steven W. McLaughlin,
Steve W. Chaddick School Chair
Last revised on September 24, 2012.