Jared Fiorentine, an Honors College student who graduated in 2011 with a degree in mechanical and energy engineering with minors in mathematics and music, won a U.S. Student Fulbright Research Grant to conduct research on concentrated solar systems in Chile.
– Charn Uswachoke ('73 M.B.A), who donated a gift of $22 million, the largest gift in UNT history
At UNT’s School of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, we love our alumni, and we want to stay connected with our growing community. We would be thrilled to see you at upcoming UNT events and chat with you over our social media networks to learn about the many ways you continue to excel. We hope to see you at your next visit back to UNT, and we invite you to use the resources on this page to stay informed about the latest UNT news and events. Don’t forget to update your contact information so we can stay in touch!
The MEE department launched the MEE alumni network. In May 2014, the first MEE Alumni Network President Jeff McKee welcomed graduating seniors and their families.
Our alumni and friends make a big impact. From giving time as volunteers to supporting scholarships and programs with monetary donations, our community network provides a dynamic energy that propels our students and university to do bigger and better things. Thank you for all of the ways you continue to give back. We look forward to seeing the many ways UNT will prosper in the future because of your faithful generosity.
Gifts of every size matter. They enhance student learning, support scholarships, create endowed chairs and professorships, fund faculty and student research and creative endeavors, and elevate UNT's prominence and reach – both locally and globally.
Committed supporters — those who believe in what the university is doing and where it is going – are the driving force behind the energy that is allowing UNT to become a national leader in education, research and scholarship, student support and community engagement — the pillars of a great public research university.
Gifts to the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering are increasing, which has allowed continued development of innovative learning, teaching and scholarship initiatives — all of the things that are fundamental to UNT's mission as a public research university. At a time of declining or flat state support, UNT’s donors and their generous gifts directly impact students and the quality of their education because they make possible the margin of excellence that sets a program apart and makes it truly great.
Gifts of all sizes enable our students to pursue their educational dreams! Annual gifts of any size help provide scholarships and support for undergraduate and graduate research