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The Order of the Engineer is an independent organization designed to foster a feeling of pride in and dedication to the engineering profession. During the ceremony, each inductee takes a solemn obligation to uphold devotion to the standards and the dignity of the engineering profession. The Order promotes honesty and integrity and recognizes that today’s engineers are dependent on their predecessors for their skills. A stainless-steel ring is worn on the little finger of the working hand to symbolize acceptance of the obligation.
If you wish to participate in the Order of the Engineer ceremony, visit Room 119 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall before Friday, April 28, to sign up and determine your ring size. The cost of the ring is $15, which covers the ring, ceremony and certificate. The ring must be paid for with cash at the time of sign-up. You must be present at the ceremony in business attire to join and receive your ring.
The ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, in Room 125 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall. All engineering majors graduating in May can participate.