Center for Lifelong Engineering Education

Keeping you connected to your fellow Cockrell School of Engineering Alumni



Pang Vadynsirisack (SWE)

Pang Vadynsirisack (SWE) is proud to announce the birth of his daughter Eve on March 25, 2015. Eve weighed 6 lb 1 oz at birth and is obviously quite a beauty.

Adrienne Stropes (ENM)

Adrienne Stropes (ENM): Welcomed new family member Thaddeus (Thad) Arik in December. Thad is no doubt MUCH bigger now, as we weren’t able to get the announcement in the February newsletter. Proud big brother Nate is four years old.

May 2015

Program Announcements In the News Congrats Upcoming Short Courses Job Posting

Info Sessions

Please let us know if you'd like to set up an onsite or online info session for your company. Your referrals are essential to the continued success of the Engineering Master's program.

Your Feedback

We'd appreciate your feedback as we plan the Fall Student Alumni Networking event. Please feel free to recommend a speaker or topic.

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