College of Engineering Alumni Celebration
Friday, November 22, 2019
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On Friday, November 22, 2019 the College of Engineering will celebrate its 2019 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Medal (DEAM) recipients. This annual event celebrates the achievements of our alumni, while displaying our innovative current students through interactive student-led demonstrations.

Friends, family and classmates are invited to celebrate our college’s alumni and their profound achievements. The evening will include a cocktail reception and dinner, as well as opportunities to reconnect with faculty and alumni.

Date: Friday, November, 22, 2019

Schedule

6 – 7 p.m.   Social hour with interactive student demonstrations
Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center

7 – 9 p.m.   Dinner and Distinguished Engineering Alumni Medal awards ceremony
Vanderhoef Studio Theatre, Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets

•    Regular: $40 per person
•    Recent alumni (’09 or later): $25 per person

Attire: Cocktail

Dinner Entrée Choices

•    Chicken
•    Fish
•    Vegetarian

2019 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Medalists

The Distinguished Engineering Alumni Medal is the highest recognition presented by the College of Engineering to alumni whose professional and personal achievements bring special honor to the college and university. Medalists have a record of achievement in academia, business and/or public service, as well as distinguished service to the college, profession and/or community.

The 2019 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Medal recipients are:

•    Kimberly Budil, M.S. ’88 and Ph.D. ’94, applied science
•    Michael Child ’76, electrical engineering
•    Dennis Discher ’86, mechanical engineering
•    Deborah Frincke, M.S. ’89 and Ph.D. ’92, computer science
•    Michael Hurlston ’88, electrical engineering, and M.S. ’91, engineering (GENG)
•    Robert Kiss ’84, chemical engineering
•    John Maroney ’75, mechanical engineering
•    Shelten Yuen ’01, electrical engineering

Location and Parking

The event will take place at the UC Davis Mondavi Center. Complimentary parking is available beginning at 5 p.m. in the Gateway Parking Structure. Visit https://www.mondaviarts.org/visit-us/parking for directions.

Train Transportation

The Amtrak Capitol Corridor provides service to cities between Auburn and San Jose including weekend and weekday stops in downtown Davis. The local Amtrak station is located at 840 Second Street in Davis and is accessible by Unitrans Line A.
Accommodations

For your convenience, a block of rooms at a discounted group rate has been reserved at the Hyatt Place UC Davis for overnight stays on November 22. Be sure to book your hotel room here by October 25, 2019 in order to receive the discount.