The 20th Annual Capstone Engineering Society Golf Tournament + Silent Auction will be held on Monday, November 16, 2020. In this year of rapid change and uncertainty, we’re adding a virtual component to increase ways to support the Capstone Engineering Society Endowed Scholarship Fund. We look forward to having you with us, whether in person or remotely, and thank you for your support. Click through the site navigation to see all the exciting ways we’re growing the tournament and how you can get involved this year! There is truly something for everyone.
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We are thrilled to be returning to the beautiful course at Old Overton Country Club on November 16, 2020, as well as including a social distancing option to play at your own home course. We hope that you will partner with us in making the tournament and silent auction a success!
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Due to potential restrictions in travel because of COVID-19, the CES golf tournament will host a virtual golf tournament in conjunction with our physical golf tournament this year. Our goal is to continue to support our scholarship fund raising efforts this year, even if you can’t physically be with us.
“While the encouragement we receive from professors and professional staff is a great motivator, it is the personal drive created by a true feeling of investment and belonging that drive each and every one of us to do more, and to be more, for ourselves and the family that has taken us in here. My education has taken off with your action as an integral catalyst.” – Jimmy McGrath, Computer Engineering, Senior
“Your gift lessens the financial burdens of this endeavor on my family…. I know that my education is giving me the tools I need to succeed as a chemical engineer. In the future I can see myself applying the knowledge I have accumulated as well as the interpersonal skills I have developed through my engineering classes and involvement in extracurricular activities to become a well-regarded and exceptional engineer….With your support I know I can do great things with my future.” – Annaliese Baietto, Chemical Engineering