Introducing the Early Career Distinguished Alumni Society
The ties that bind Maryland Engineering alums are more than experiences shared, relationships built, and opportunities earned.
They’re risks taken, trails blazed, leadership cemented, and legacies laid.
To acknowledge and honor the accomplishments of Maryland Engineers 40 years old and younger, the A. James Clark School of Engineering and Dean Samuel Graham, Jr., are proud to announce the Early Career Distinguished Alumni (ECDA) Society and inaugural class of inductees. Established in Fall 2022, the ECDA Society launches an exclusive professional network of Maryland Engineering alums leading the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and change agents.
“We charge our graduates with the responsibility of improving society through engineering, and these Maryland Engineering alums have done just that. It’s therefore our privilege to recognize the innovations, leadership, and impact made by the Clark School’s inaugural class of Early Career Distinguished Alumni Society inductees,” said Dean Graham. “We’re proud to highlight their accomplishments and hope they serve as inspiration especially for our students and early-career engineers.”
ECDA Society inductees were welcomed back to campus on September 23 for a day of networking with fellow alums and campus leaders, behind-the-scenes tours, and opportunities to share their experiences with engineering students, culminating with a reception and induction ceremony.