Gifts that last for life

Posted on 09. Dec, 2011 by in Academic Departments, Alumni, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Physics, Engineering Professional Development, Features, Gift Report, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Interdisciplinary Degree Programs, Issues, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Pictured in the new Union South (from left) Ann Leahy, Betsy Burns and Deb Holt.

Pictured in the new Union South (from left) Ann Leahy, Betsy Burns and Deb Holt. Photo: Mark Riechers.

The College of Engineering is preparing globally competent engineers for the 21st century. Engineers today require both great disciplinary technical depth and interdisciplinary and cultural breadth to tackle the complex global challenges we all face. Alumni and friends are vital to this goal. Your gift will provide us with the resources to prepare the next generation of leaders through:

  • Student financial aid—including need-based financial aid for undergrads and fellowship funds for first-year graduate students.
  • Recruiting and retaining world-class faculty—to attract and educate the best students and advance interdisciplinary research and innovation.
  • Unparalleled hands-on learning and beyond-the-classroom opportunities—to develop a well-prepared engineering workforce.
  • Advances in engineering education & technology-enhanced learning— to enhance the learning experience and respond to workforce needs.
  • Comprehensive educational support systems, such as tutoring, supplemental instruction and WisCEL—to help our engineering students achieve their goals.

Together, we can all make a difference. Please consider making a gift to the College of Engineering.

Deb Holt
Vice president of development

Ann Leahy
Director of development

Betsy Burns
Director of development

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