Since its founding in 1903, Texas ECE has graduated more than 20,000 alumni who have made significant contributions to the theory and practice of engineering in Texas and around the globe. Our alumni are ambassadors, mentors, and role models for current and future students.
We invite you to get involved with the UT Austin, Cockrell School and Electrical and Computer Engineering alumni communities today!
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We encourage alumni to stay connected with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering by following and interacting with the department on social media.
As a graduate of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Cockrell School of Engineering, you are a member of one of the nation's largest and best professional networks, with over 17,000 fellow Texas ECE alumni living and working around the world.
You can re-establish contact with former classmates, connect with your favorite professors, mentor current students, access exclusive resources and help strengthen the Texas ECE community for decades to come. Get active and get involved — starting today.
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Learn more about our undergraduate experiential learning and how to support the Capstone Design Program.
The Cockrell School’s Engineering Career Assistance Center (ECAC) offers a job posting database to all employers. We encourage posting a job, internship, or co-op!
Explore opportunities for continuing education and professional development through Texas Engineering Executive Education
Alumni in the News
Our alumni are making an impact in the field of electrical and computer engineering and the world. Read about the impact our alumni are making.
As a way of recognizing the accomplishments and careers of our outstanding alumni, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering established the Academy of Distinguished Alumni. The Academy recognizes distinguished alumni who are dedicated engineering professionals, leaders of industries, and avid supporters of higher education.
External Advisory Committee
The External Advisory Committee (EAC) is comprised of leaders in academia and industry who support excellence in engineering education. The committee meets twice a year to provide counsel and help the department achieve its strategic goals. Committee members assist in promoting academic excellence, recruiting quality students, fostering professional and peer recognition of faculty, and interacting with the student-faculty-administrative-alumni community.
Every year, gifts from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and others provide a vital stream of flexible funding that sustains and enhances the Texas ECE student experience. The Cockrell School's generous annual fund supporters help to strengthen our academic programs and address immediate needs in the school and departments.