Fall 2020 CoEng Celebration of Graduates

Order of Event

Dr. Jennifer Brock, Associate Dean of Academics

Dr. Bruce Schultz, Interim Chancellor
Dr. Denise Runge, Provost

Dean's Remarks
Dr. Kenrick Mock, Interim Dean

Graduating Student Recognitions
Department Chairs

Order of the Engineer Ceremony
Dr. Getu Hailu, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Pledge of the Computing Professional Ceremony
Dr. Sebastian Neumayer, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

Alumni Remarks 
Nicole Knox, P.E.
Lynda Barber Wiltse, P.E.

Special Faculty Recognition
ASCE Awards

Closing Remarks
Dr. Jennifer Brock, Associate Dean of Academics 

Dowlnoad Program PDF

Event Details

Date: Friday, December 11, 2020
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM
Location (participants): Zoom
Location (guests): YouTube live streaming 

Welcome Guests

Thank you for joining us for this virtual celebration of the 2020 UAA College of Enigneering graduates. As guests, we invite you to watch the live stream above. A recording of the event will be made available on YouTube afterwards.

Welcome Graduates

Congratulations on your graduation! As participants in the celebration, you will need to join us via Zoom. Please Register for the Event by December 4, 2020. You will receive a confirmation email with Zoom login information.



  • Event Photos

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    Fall 2020 College of Engineering Graduates

    CE Grads

    Civil Engineering Graduates

    CSE Graduates

    Computer and Science Engineering Graduates

    EE Grads

    Electrical Engineering Graduates

    Geo Graduates

    Geomatics Graduates

    ME Grads

    Mechanical Engineering Graduates

     PM Grads

    Project Management Graduates

    Oath of Engineers

    Order of the Engineering Oath

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    Order of the Engineering Oath

    CS Pledge 2

    Pledge of the Computing Professional

    Pledge 2

    Pledge of the Computing Professional

  • Order of the Engineer Oath

    I am an Engineer. In my profession, I take deep pride. To it, I owe solemn obligations.

    As an engineer, I pledge to practice integrity and fair dealing, tolerance and respect,

    and to uphold devotion to the standards and dignity of my profession.

    I will always be conscious that my skill carries with it the obligation to serve humanity by making the best use of the Earth's precious wealth.

    As an engineer, I shall participate in none but honest enterprises.

    When needed, my skill and knowledge shall be given, without reservation, for the public good.

    In the performance of duty, and in fidelity to my profession, I shall give my utmost.

  • Pledge of the Computing Professional

    I am a Computing Professional. 

    My work as a Computing Professional affects people's lives, both now and into the future. 

    As a result, I bear moral and ethical responsibilities to society. 

    As a Computing Professional, I pledge to practice my profession with the highest level of integrity and competence. 

    I shall always use my skills for the public good. 

    I shall be honest about my limitations, continuously seeking to improve my skills through life-long learning. 

    I shall engage only in honorable and upstanding endeavors. 

    By my actions, I pledge to honor my chosen profession.