Dean Peters talks with alumni at event

Stay Connected

There are many benefits to staying connected with our college and a network of 12,000+ College of Engineering & Applied Science alumni across the country. Your connection to the past and support for the future keeps our college vibrant and relevant.

Alumni Chapter

Join a great and growing group of your peers! Enjoy social and support activities with others who share your commitment to the college. Your time commitment is a few hours every few months. Your membership in the UWM Alumni Association is complimentary. The current virtual platform provides expanded opportunities for you to get involved from anywhere in the world. Sign up with the Alumni Chapter here.

Connect with Students

Share your experience with current students, or participate in a panel discussion with prospective students to guide students on their academic journey.


Attend the annual Milwaukee Engineering Research Conference, judge the Student Research Poster Competition, join or support the Milwaukee Engineer team for the 5K Panther Prowl Run/Walk. Questions about events?

Alumna at Rockwell Automation event
UWM Alumni Event at Rockwell Automation
Alumnae Lei Schlitz
UWM alumna is passionate about inspiring more women engineers and leaders

Notable Alumni

You’re in great company with these accomplished alumni from the College of Engineering & Applied Science:

  • Satya Nadella (’90 MS Computer Science), Microsoft CEO
  • Carrie Bristoll-Groll (’94 BS Civil Engineering), principal civil engineer and CEO of Stormwater Solutions Engineering
  • John Kissinger (’79 BS Civil Engineering), GRAEF President and CEO
  • Alan Kulwicki (’77 BS Mechanical Engineering), NASCAR Hall of Fame member, 1992 Nascar Cup Series champion driver and team owner
  • Scott Yanoff (’93 BS Computer Science), developer of one of the world’s first search engines, called the “Yanoff List”


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