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Baylor Engineering and Computer Science graduates are working all over the globe for some of the largest and most successful companies and research institutions in the world. We would love to stay connected with our alumni to celebrate with you in your successes and to foster Baylor connections in your workplaces, communities and spheres of influence. Here are some of the ways you can stay connected and get involved in Baylor Engineering and Computer Science.
Jay Battershell, BA '83, MBA '96, President and CEO of McLane Intelligent Solutions, Temple, TX, is a proud alumni of Baylor. Battershell serves on Baylor’s Engineering and Computer Science Board of Advocates. Learn more about his experience at Baylor and why he serves on the ECS Board of Advocates.
"As a parent, we trust Baylor to do the same for our sons as she did for Tara and me — provide a robust, Christian learning and growing environment that challenges them in academics, in their walk of faith and service, and in wise planning for the future." -Jay Battershell
During football season, the School of Engineering and Computer Science hosts a tailgate for its alumni, current students, board members, faculty, staff and prospective students. There is free food, swag and fun conversation with friends to be enjoyed before the game. Join us this year on October 12 at the Mayborn Pavilion! Register here.
Read the latest edition of Synergy Magazine, the official magazine of the School of Engineering and Computer Science.
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Baylor Engineering and Computer Science has its own Mentorship Program through the Baylor Mentorship Network. Create a profile and become a mentor to our students. Mentors can choose to be short-term or long-term mentors. The commitments range from one interaction to a six-month mentorship with set goals.
We encourage our alumni to return to ECS to speak to undergraduate and graduate students about their real-world experiences. Your personal feedback about your experience as a student at Baylor ECS is invaluable to prospective students, faculty and industry leaders. If you are interested in sharing your story, please contact ECS Marketing and Communications.
Write for us! We’d love to have you write about industry trends, the value of your Baylor ECS education, the power of networking, or anything else that you believe would resonate with our students and alumni. For more information on writing opportunities, please contact ECS Marketing and Communications.Learn more about how you can connect in ways that are meaningful for you.