Invest in Engineering EducationThe Mechanical & Materials Engineering is grateful for the financial support of alumni, corporations, foundations and friends to help enhance our programs, facilities and technology to benefit our students. The following priorities have been determined by the department for funding. Several established funds are also available for donor participation.
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Director of Development for the College of Engineering
Priority Funding Needs
Create your own fundEstablishing your own fund is the ultimate way to make a difference in the department. Your gift enables the college to stay on top of the constantly changing field of mechanical engineering and provide the best possible education for future engineers and community leaders. Your support enables the college to enhance students' experiences through relevant and challenging educational programs, leading edge research and the transfer of knowledge, which helps prepare competent and intelligent graduates who are ready for the fast-paced challenges of a career in mechanical engineering.
Undergraduate ScholarshipsLots of gifted young people dream of going to college, but not everyone has the financial resources to make that dream a reality. That's where scholarships come in. A gift supporting undergraduate scholarships supports aspiring engineers within the Mechanical Engineering Department by increasing financial aid opportunities for deserving students. With the help of scholarships, students are not only realizing the dream of higher education, they are discovering their boundless potential.
Graduate FellowshipsWhether collaborating with faculty on research, or teaching and mentoring undergraduates, graduate students are crucial to the strength and integrity of the department. The advances these students make in the field of mechanical engineering while at the university greatly enhance its reputation as a leader in education and scientific research. Private support for graduate fellowships ensures that university will continue to attract the top graduate students and faculty who want to work with these bright, hard-working students.
Faculty, Program and Student Development