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Spring 2020 Magazine Cover

Spring 2020    /    Full Magazine

This issue of the Capstone Engineer features the newly renovated H.M. Comer Hall. The stories focus on the spaces in the building, young alumni engagement, the restructured Engineering Career Development Center and two recently accredited degrees.

Featured Stories:

The Roots Run Deep

Building a Warrior

InSPIREd to Lead


Fall 2019 Magazine Cover

Fall 2019    /    Full Magazine

This issue of the Capstone Engineer features Robert M. Lightfoot Jr., former NASA acting administrator and University of Alabama College of Engineering alumnus. The feature stories are on Lightfoot's career, the College's new musical audio engineering degree and Dr. Zheng O'Neill's research.

Featured Stories:

Saving the Planet One Smart Building at a Time


Spring 2019 Magazine Cover

Spring 2019    /    Full Magazine

This issue of the Capstone Engineer features the newly renovated H.M. Comer Hall. The stories focus on the spaces in the building, young alumni engagement, the restructured Engineering Career Development Center and two recently accredited degrees.

Featured Stories:


About

The Capstone Engineer is The University of Alabama College of Engineering’s alumni magazine and is mailed twice a year to College of Engineering alumni who are members of the Capstone Engineering Society. The Capstone Engineer was first issued in the early 1980s as a newsletter and became a magazine in the early 1990s. It has become a valued resource for alumni to stay current with news and events in their College and alma mater.

If you have personal updates, such as job changes or promotions, to be printed in the Alumni Notes section of the Capstone Engineer, please let us know through the Update Your Information page.

Capstone Engineer Content Submission Deadlines

  • Fall Magazine – June 15
  • Spring Magazine – October 15

Any submissions past these dates will result in the content automatically being pushed to the next magazine issue.

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In 1837, The University of Alabama became one of the first five universities in the nation to offer engineering classes. Today, UA’s College of Engineering has more than 5,800 students and more than 150 faculty. In recent years, students in the College have been named USA Today All-USA College Academic Team members, Goldwater, Hollings, Portz, Boren, Mitchell and Truman scholars.