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Dear Alumni and Friends
of Ole Miss Engineering,


After serving the University of Mississippi and the Department of Electrical Engineering for 34 years, Dr. Allen Glisson, Professor and Chair, retired at the end of June. In fact, counting the days that he was a student, he has been with the department and the university for 43 years. We appreciate Dr. Glisson's long association with the university and his dedication to the education of generations of students. If you would like to send a greeting to Dr. Glisson, his email address still works: aglisson@olemiss.edu

In this newsletter, we also bring you stories of student, alumni, and school's development officer, Kevin Gardner. Hope you enjoy these stories for your summer reading.

Best wishes,

Alex Cheng Signature



Alex Cheng
Dean of the School of Engineering
 

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Electrical engineering chair retires after more than 30 years of service

After 34 years of dedicated service to the UM School of Engineering, Allen Glisson, chair and professor of electrical engineering, has decided to retire. Read more...


Building private support for faculty among development officer's goals

After nearly two decades of success in the pharmaceutical sales industry, Kevin Gardner found himself wanting a career change. As fate would have it, the University of Mississippi was in search of a development officer for the School of Engineering. The alumnus applied for the job, was hired and the rest — as they say — is history. Read more...


Civil engineering alumnus helps build ships for Navy

Shipbuilder Wayne Rammell has fond memories of engineering and the University of Mississippi. Read more...


New geological engineering alumna reflects on past, eyes bright future

As president of the 2012 senior class at the University of Mississippi, Toran Dean addressed thousands gathered for annual commencement exercises. Her brief-but-stirring remarks summarized years of growth that continue as she embarks from her alma mater. Read more...