October 1, 2010

The College of Engineering will hold its Eighth Annual Alumni Reunion on Friday, November 12, 2010, from 6:30—8:30pm, in the West Entrance of Patrick F. Taylor Hall (formally CEBA).

Mark your calendars to join us and take a walk down memory lane. Visit with former students and faculty and see how engineering continues to transform lives! We will have food and refreshments, along with student projects, old Gumbo yearbooks, and much more. We look forward to seeing everyone attend this festive event.

To RSVP, Please email Joan Garner at jgarne4@lsu.edu or call (225) 578-7373 by Monday, November 8, with your name, guest's name, year you graduated, department, and street address.

For more information on the Engineering Alumni Reunion, please visit our new website www.eng.lsu.edu/alumni/reunion, or visit us on Facebook!

New for 2010:

LSU to Hold LSU Day during Homecoming Week
Homecoming is an annual tradition at LSU, but this year, LSU marks its 150th anniversary! In addition to traditional Homecoming events like pep rallies, alumni reunions, tailgates and the Homecoming parade, LSU will hold its first-ever LSU Day on Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m on the LSU campus. Enjoy free performing arts, tours and exhibitions for all the family. For event maps and activities, visit homecoming.lsu.edu, and click on LSU Day.

Engineering Extravaganza: Engineering Transforms Lives featured at LSU Day
Bring your family and stop by for information on all of the College of Engineering’s programs and disciplines. Events and demonstrations at the LSU University Recreation Center include:

  • “Silly Putty” – Find out what is in this unique substance and its many applications at the Biological Engineering!
  • “Cornstarch Conundrum” – Can you walk on liquid? Make your own mixture to find out at the Chemical Engineering Table!
  • “Flyin’ Hawaiian” – Come and see the award winning ChemE Car designed, built and operated by the LSU Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • “Gumdrop Bridges” – Learn about structures by designing your own bridges with gumdrops and toothpicks at the Civil Engineering Table!
  •  “Is Your Environment Polluted?” – Learn how various pollutants, such as oil, affect plants and the world around you at the Environmental Engineering Table
  • Find out about Industrial Engineering
  • “Mini-Race Cars” – Come and see the award winning mini-race cars designed, built and operated by the LSU Mechanical Engineering Students

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