What "We Are Phil" Means to Professor Craig Just

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Professor Craig Just will be celebrating Phil’s Day at the College of Engineering!

On Thursday, May 1, the UI -- and the College of Engineering -- will celebrate the Third annual "Phil's Day" on campus.

Phil--short for philanthropy--refers to the many faculty, staff, alumni, and friends who make donations to the UI, as well as the collective impact of their gifts.  If you have made a donation to the University or have been the beneficiary of a gift to the UI (or both) . . . Phil's Day is for you.

Phil's Day is certainly for College of Engineering Professor Craig Just.

Here is what Professor Just has to say about the importance of giving

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzW_IE5Vtt8.

 

And here is the Schedule of Events (schedule is tentative and subject to change):

All Day
Campus Tagging
We’re tagging campus! Posters and gold ribbons will highlight buildings and programs made possible by donations, and represent people who give, or benefit from those gifts.

Phil’s Day prize patrol: wear your “I Am Phil” sticker (available at postcard signings), and you could be a winner!
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Postcard Signings
Stop by and sign a thank-you card for a donor!
Engineering Location: Second Floor Lobby of the Seamans Center

I Love Iowa. I Love Phil.
Stop by the Pentacrest and tell us why you love Iowa—and Phil! Student Philanthropy Group members will be on hand to take your photo.
1:30 p.m.

Life With Phil
by Henry Tippie (1949 B.S.C.)
Second Floor Ballroom, IMU
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from one of the UI’s most successful and dedicated alumni. Learn about Henry’s professional journey, and why he so strongly believes in giving back to Iowa.