The College of Engineering is proud of its more than 10,000 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate degree holders. Our alums are a crucial part of our history, tradition and future. We value their suggestions for strengthening our programs. Indeed, some new programs have been created in response to their suggestions.
Alumni are spread throughout the world, and aseries of formal associations help channel their feedback into our research and education programs.
Beyond these valued alumni groups, most departments also have their own alumni advisory boards, which are listed with their departmental affiliations. Many of our alumni hold prominent positions in corporations that have become valuable partners with the college.
Finally, the College of Engineering has been fortunate in attracting many additional friends who share our values and contribute significant volunteer time and philanthropy to support our mission.
For over 100 years, Marquette’s College of Engineering has graduated engineers that have made significant contributions to the engineering profession and society through their innovations, accomplishments, and leadership. As a tribute to these successful graduates, Marquette alumni and friends were asked to nominate distinguished alumni, or Luminaries of Marquette Engineering. A selection committee comprised of ten alumni, faculty, and staff, were charged with the difficult task of selecting the luminaries from a pool of more than 300 illustrious nominations. The individuals below were selected for their outstanding achievements, innovation, and contributions to the profession. How do you capture the scope of a Luminaries’ career in a couple sentences? We’ve highlighted just a few of these remarkable achievements. Click here for photos and brief descriptions of the 39 Luminaries of Marquette Engineering…