Dean's Leadership Circle
The University of Missouri
Established in 1849, the University of Missouri College of Engineering’s excellence includes nine undergraduate degree programs, more than 110 faculty members, over 2,700 of the brightest undergraduates on campus and more than 500 exceptional graduates at the flagship campus of the UM System. The College aims to educate the next generation of engineering leaders and drive the charge in research and education in several multi-disciplinary fields, including Big Data Analytics, Biomedical Innovations and Sustainability inFEWSed (Food, Energy, Water, Smart Cities). The College has relied on the generosity of countless individuals to fuel these successes in education and research, to build and improve facilities and to support world-class students and faculty.
Dean’s Leadership Circle
In keeping with this proud tradition, the Dean’s Leadership Circle is a network of engaged, committed alumni and friends who continually support the priorities of the College of Engineering through annual, unrestricted investment.
Membership requires an annual gift to the Dean’s Fund for Excellence: $2,500 in a fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) or $1,500 for alumni and friends 35 and under.
Your investment in the fund allows the College to provide the highest-quality learning and research environment for students and faculty. Additionally, it helps the College meet industry needs while pursuing new initiatives, improving facilities and technology, and continuing to educate future generations of engineering leaders, as it has for more than a century.
- Distinction as part of the Dean’s Leadership Circle, a cross-section of the College’s most involved and dedicated alumni and friends, with access to updates and information about the College directly from Dean Elizabeth Loboa
- Invitations to special members-only events and experiences
- Opportunities to network and connect with fellow members
- Recognition through the Columns Society, MU’s annual leadership giving society, and the Shamrock Society, the College’s giving society