The Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

 

Established in 2011, the annual Engineering Class Gift initiative is an important avenue for graduating students to recognise the opportunities that they have benefited from at UQ and to 'pay these forward' to the next generation of UQ students.

You may have heard of the previous Engineering Class Gifts, which together have raised almost $30,000 from more than 490 donations to improve the UQ engineering student experience.

This year, the goal is to raise $6000 to create a fresh and rejuvenated student space between the Don Nicklin and Hawken Engineering Buildings. This space has so much potential and with the support of your donation we want to see the Eat Street Markets come to UQ. Think - a location dedicated to student enjoyment, where food and fun times can be shared and enhanced through a multi-functional outdoor area. One that will see BBQ's, casual lunchtimes and a potential location for food trucks.

We hope that you will join us in making your donation today!

Your 2018 Class Gift Committee members leading this project are:

  • Marnie Stollznow (Civil Engineering - UQ EUS)
  • Daniel McEniery (Chemical Engineering - UQ ChESS)
  • Zibo Lin (Mining Engineering - UQ EUS)
  • Rosie Harris (Civil Engineering - UQ Skirts)
  • Kyle Bishop (Civil Engineering - UQ CESA)
  • Rob Farrell (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - UQ EUS)
  • Jonathan Garnier (Electrical Engineering - UQ EBESS)

If you would like more information on the Class Gift, please contact Alumni & Community Engagement, at alumni@eait.uq.edu.au or one of your Class Gift Committee members. 

We look forward to your involvement in this exciting tradition!