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- UCLA Engineering Master of Science Degree On-Line
- UCLA Extension Engineering and Technology Certificate Programs
- UCLA Career Center
With newly admitted students at UCLA Alumni Day and Engineering Open House
With current students as an alumni judge for student competitions
As a mentor for an individual student or student project team
As a guest speaker at a special event including career panels and alumni networking events
As a host for dinner with 12 strangers
With alumni in your department:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
By joining an Engineering Alumni Association committee
By nominating a fellow engineering alumni for an Engineering Alumni Award
By helping your respective department organize an alumni networking event at your company
By funding a student scholarship or fellowship
By contributing to the Alumni Legacy Campaign for Engineering VI
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Happy New Year and hang on to your party hats—this year is one for celebration!
Launch a rocket, or build and race a go-kart in your very first quarter at UCLA? That’s what a few dozen first-year engineering students got to do this past fall.
This first episode is an introduction to the UCLA Blockchain video series. It introduces the UCLA Blockchain community along with UCLA professor Villasenor’s blockchain efforts
UCLA-led team produces images on a laptop that match the quality of those from high-end equipment