Our engineers learn to place technological decisions in a human-centered context informed by moral and philosophical values.
The School of Engineering will dramatically increase its impact on the world by enhancing research resources for faculty and students, and by creating an entrepreneurial environment that will guide a new generation of engineers to create commercially viable technologies with social and ethical integrity. The School’s vision will fuel an expansion of its offerings that includes renovating its existing home and adding faculty to meet growing demand.
Pangborn Hall Renovation and Expansion
The School of Engineering will update and expand its facilities to meet the space and technology needs of our growing engineering community.
Three New Endowed Professorships
The School must expand its faculty in order to meet student demand. Endowed professorships enable the recruitment and retention of top academic talent and the ability to add specialized expertise to build out new programs.
New Degree and Certificate Programs
By developing new programs that respond to changing engineering workforce needs and emerging technological challenges, the School will enhance its appeal to a new generation of students and extend its regional and national influence on the profession.
The competition for engineering students is greater than ever before. Increased scholarship support helps the School meet the full need of our prospective students, and in turn, train greater numbers of exceptional engineers.
Four New Endowed Faculty Research Fellowships
Increased research funding will empower faculty to address ethically complex questions, and to mentor the next generation of engineering researchers.
Annual Fund for Engineering
Contributions to the School’s Annual Fund ensure the crucial financial flexibility both to meet immediate needs and to respond with agility to new opportunities.