Becoming engaged and giving back to the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Students – scholarships, conference travel funds, student organization activities, summer research, and study abroad.
- Facilities & Equipment – teaching laboratories; testing and evaluation equipment; the Capstone Projects laboratory & Entrepreneurial Innovation laboratory; nanofabrication, high-performance computing, cybersecurity, information technologies and other research facilities.
- Faculty – endowed professorships that allow UD to attract and retain world-class faculty, conference travel funds, laboratory and student researcher support.
- Enrichment Activities – lecture series, student and faculty exchange programs, summer and winter session research and study abroad programs.
We encourage you to make an impact with an annual, significant one time, or estate planned contribution to support UD ECE. We thank those of you who make us a priority among your charities. You have my sincere thanks and my pledge that your contributions truly make a difference in the breadth and quality of the educational programs we offer the next generation of electrical and computer engineers.
If you prefer to send a check, please make it payable to the University of Delaware. Note Electrical & Computer Engineering in the memo section of your check to assure your gift is allocated correctly. Checks should be sent to the Office of Annual Giving, University of Delaware, 83 E. Main St., Newark, DE 19716
Many companies match the gifts of their employees. This is a great way to double or even triple your gift. Check with your company’s Human Resources Department or visit our online database to find out if your employer matches gifts.
For more information, please contact Jamie Philips, Department Chair, 302-831-2128, email@example.com or Kristian Graves, Interim Sr. Director of Development, College of Engineering at 302-831-4703 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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