Corporate Involvement - Ways to Engage

Participate in the Industry Advisory Council
Benefits Include:


Sponsor a Design Project

Throughout each design project, the student team works closely with its faculty advisor and industry mentor, who provide technical support and oversee the project to ensure it meets specifications and is delivered on time. Over the academic year, a dynamic relationship is developed, allowing the student team’s invention to come to fruition as a real engineering innovation benefiting the industry sponsor. Find out more at Design Center Colorado

Engage with Students

Your experience and expertise benefits ME students by bringing the industry component to their education. From sponsoring senior design projects, to delivering seminars and classroom guest lectures, to supporting plant site visits, and providing internships opportunities, you can engage with students and enrich their training, exposure, and understanding of the mechanical engineering discipline. Please contact Julia Bright, Director of External Relations ( for more information.

​Collaborate with Faculty

​We have a department of outstanding faculty who address critcal issues facing our world today, produce groundbreaking research, and are the leaders and innovators in their respective fields. Work with world-class faculty in cutting edge research areas.

Participate in Alumni Events

From alumni events and publications to keep you engaged with the CU engineering community, to profiles of CU engineering alumni, an interactive map to assist you in networking, alumni awards that provide recognition for your career achievements, and career services to support your professional success - there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. Get started with the School of Engineering Alumni page, or go to the ME Alumni section of this web site.


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