The University of Denver has been home to many of the world's leading innovators since it was founded in 1864. Our Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science alumni span the globe and are leaders in their fields. Our alumni are one of our most important and revered assets. Please join our new chapters and read our newsletter below.
The Role of the Alumni
The the Alumni from the Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science play a significant role in the advancement of our school's prestige in recruitment, marketing, corporate and government scholarship programs and fund raising for our new building. The Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science alumni have great historical knowledge , prestige and academic programs by contributing their talents, connections and resources in many ways including:
- Serving as mentors
- Serving as role models
- Hosting current students as interns
- Hiring our graduates
- Facilitating sponsored research
- Serving on our Industrial Advisory Boards or other committees
- Serving as advisors to the Dean or Faculty
- Attending and supporting events on campus
- Servings as "Ambassadors" for our academic program in the community
- Facilitating donations of equipment and other in-kind donations
- Providing philanthropic support to the program
We are very grateful to our alumni for their demonstrated support and strong desire to contribute to the enrichment and enhancement of the quality of education being received by our students. Our alumni are a critical resource for fostering relevant professional, academic and social links with the university. Our alumni provide invaluable insights about various industries, employers and society. They are uniquely positioned to identify current and accurate information about what kind of experience and skills are needed to obtain specific positions in today's professions. Their feedback informs and drives updates to our academic program.
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