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Make a Gift Online

To learn more about how you can give, contact:

Natalie Grandison
Director of External Relations
2102B Glenn L. Martin Hall
301-405-1364
natalieg@umd.edu

For your convenience, we provide links to existing Mechanical Engineering programs.

To give online, please choose one of the links below:

 

Mechanical Engineering Programs

  • Aris and Marianne Mardirossian Endowed Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering
    The Aris and Marianne Mardirossian Endowed Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering was established in October 2005 by Aris Mardirossian to provide annual scholarships for mechanical engineering students in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
  • Capstone Design Enhancement Fund
    Established by Dr. George Dieter, the Capstone Design Enhancement Fund was created to support the hands-on design and build projects that are fundamental to the educational experience in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Each student is required to design, create, build, and present a capstone design project which represents the culmination of their mechanical engineering academic experience. The Capstone Design Enhancement Fund Endowment has been established to provide support for student design experiences beyond what is possible with the standard project funds provided by the Department of Mechanical Engineering in perpetuity.
  • Capstone Design and Project Fund
    The senior capstone design course teaches senior engineering students to identify a real-world problem and create an engineering solution.This fund helps student teams purchase the supplies required to develop prototypes of their ideas as they move from concept to actual product.
  • CEEE Graduate Fellowships and Support Fund
    An important societal need is to develop a long-term and reliable supply of clean energy to support human life and endeavors. Thus, a mission of the Center for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE) is to enable energy sustainability through research in the areas of renewable energy and its key enabler: energy efficiency. This fund provides the means to attract the best and brightest to pursue this purpose. Your gifts will be used to generate immediate benefit to the mission of CEEE.If the fund grows large enough, funds already received may be placed in a quasi-endowment to build the fund.
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering Gift Fund
    The Mechanical Engineering Gift Fund provides resources for student activities and other departmental needs.
  • George E. Dieter Assistant Professorship in Mechanical Engineering
    The George E. Dieter Assistant Professorship fund enables the department to hire additional mechanical engineering faculty.
  • Marvin Roush Fellowship in Risk and Reliability
    As one of the pioneers in reliability engineering, Professor Marvin Roush helped establish the educational program in risk and reliability at the University of Maryland. This fellowship honors Dr. Roush and his contributions to the field of risk and reliability by providing support to graduate students studying reliability engineering.

    The Marvin Roush Fellowship in Risk and Reliability will be awarded to students who have been unconditionally admitted to the University of Maryland Graduate Program and will be selected by a committee of 3 (2 faculty and one graduate student) based on GPA (3.0 or better), standard test scores, and research potential.

  • Mechanical Engineering Faculty Gift Fund
    The Mechanical Engineering Faculty Gift Fund provides resources for faculty activities and other departmental needs.
  • Mechanical Engineering Faculty Scholarship Fund
    The Mechanical Engineering Faculty Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to professors to aid their research.
  • Mechanical Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program Fund
    The Mechanical Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program Fund provides financial support to graduate students to do research in faculty labs and pursue their graduate studies.
  • Mechanical Engineering Scholarship Fund
    Scholarships help attract the best and brightest aspiring engineers to the Clark School.This crucial fund provides financial assistance to the most talented undergraduate and graduate students to help them pursue degrees in mechanical engineering.
  • Reliability Engineering 25th Anniversary Fellowship
    The A. James Clark School of Engineering has been at the forefront of Reliability Engineering education for 25 years. To honor this milestone, the 25th Anniversary Reliability Engineering Fellowship has been established to provide support to graduate students interested in studying reliability engineering.

    The 25th Anniversary of Reliability Engineering Fellowship will be awarded to students who have been unconditionally admitted into the University of Maryland Graduate Program and will be selected by a committee of 3 (2 faculty and one graduate student) based on GPA (3.0 or better), standard test scores, and research potential.

  • Terps Racing Program
    Building a vehicle from the ground up and racing the vehicle in competitions helps engineering students apply the basic concepts of engineering to a real-life problem. Support to this fund helps team members purchase equipment required to create and perfect a Formula SAE vehicle
Clark School of Engineering Programs