Welcome Alumni

UConn School of Engineering is the the number 1 public engineering school in New England. Our alumni are executives, policymakers, educators and researchers whose extraordinary work is advancing technologies, improving quality of life and developing solutions to society’s most complex problems. Through their remarkable achievements and ongoing dedication to the Engineering community, UConn Alumni continue to strengthen our reputation as a powerhouse for research and engineering education.

The Office of Engineering Alumni Relations is here to foster a lifelong intellectual and emotional connection between the School and our graduates. We invite all members of our alumni family to keep in touch. By staying connected with the Uconn School of Engineering, you can learn about the amazing work being done on campus, in Connecticut and beyond. You can share your own success stories, receive invitations to alumni events and give back to our students and faculty.

Caitlin Krouse ‘09
Director of Alumni Relations, Engineering

Don Swinton
Director of Development, Engineering

Nora Sutton
Associate Director of Development, Engineering

Sarah Raicik’15
Administrative Assistant, Engineering

Connect With Us!

Update your contact information

Received a promotion? Married your sweetie? Work got published? Tell us about it in a class note!  We’ll publish it in the Engineering section of Class Notes

Network with the thousands of fellow UConn Engineering alumni in our LinkedIn community.

Grab some friends and check out the events happening on campus or meet fellow Huskies right in your backyard

Stay in the know by following @UConnEngineer on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Create an alumni account in HuskyCareerLink to continue building your career or help a student build theirs by volunteering in the Husky Mentor Network .

Improve your skills in cutting-edge subject areas and explore opportunities for continuing education with UConn School of Engineering Professional Education programs.

Give back once a year—whether $1 or $100—to the area of the school that means the most to you.


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