Like many Oxford Engineering alumni, you may wish to keep in touch with your fellow alumni and to get up to date with Oxford’s current engineering activities, and maybe contribute to them yourself.
Send us short items of news likely to interest other Oxford Engineering Alumni, for inclusion on the News page of this website or in the annual Alumni newsletter.
Follow us on Twitter @oxengsci. Also, you can join our dedicated LinkedIn group which has over 600 members and growing.
The annual Meeting Minds: Alumni Weekend in Oxford always has a strong Engineering component, featuring several events. The highlight is the Jenkin Lecture – where speakers are alumni or current academics.
We also welcome Alumni to the annual Lubbock lecture, our prestigious showcase event in May featuring a high profile keynote speaker.
If you would like to attend any Research seminars, please see details on the individual Research group webpages.
The Department is active in many areas of engineering research. Much of this is carried out in collaboration with industry. Does your company have R&D needs where research input from the Department would be helpful? The Department is also home to some outstanding resources of engineering expertise and equipment, which can be accessed by external users on appropriate terms. If you or your company have needs of this type, we may be able to help.
In 2015, the University Alumni Office launched the Oxford Alumni Community - a professional networking platform to help alumni connect with each other all over the world. Members can post and search for jobs and mentors, view events, and search for other Alumni.
The Department undertakes outreach activities each year to help encourage secondary school students to study engineering and widen participation. There are many ways Alumni can help inspire potential engineering students. Some examples include visiting schools and speaking at Oxford-hosted outreach events like UNIQ, Headstart and Dragonfly. Can you spare a little of your time to speak about how great engineering is, or do you have other outreach ideas?