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College of Engineering and
Engineering Experiment Station

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173820
Bozeman, MT 59717-3820

Tel: (406) 994-2272
Fax: (406) 994-6665
E-mail: engrinfo@coe.montana.edu
Location: 212 Roberts

Dean and Director:
Robert Marley
> College of Engineering
Points of Excellence: Corporate Support
other Points of Excellence categories Spectacular Educational Setting
Leading Research Alumni Recognition
Student-centered Campus Service and Outreach
Hands-on, Active Learning Recognized Scholars

Norm Asbjornson
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Asbjornson and AAON make HVAC lab a reality. Norm Asbjornson and the company that he founded, AAON, Inc., recently donated more than $700,000 in cash, equipment and technical advice to create a one-of-a-kind heating, ventilation, and air conditioning laboratory in MSU’s College of Engineering. Asbjornson’s insistence that the lab be used for teaching and research reflects his longstanding commitment to students. He has also created a $1 million endowed scholarship fund for graduates from Montana high schools with 100 or fewer students, an endowed scholarship for Winifred High School graduates who attend MSU, and an endowment for the Burns Technology Center to develop distance learning programs for rural Montana schools. http://www.montana.edu/cpa/news/nwview.php?article=3693 
   
  Micron receives an Excellence in Philanthropy Award from the MSU Foundation. Because of its broad-based support of MSU students, Micron Technology, Inc. received the Montana State University Foundation’s Excellence in Philanthropy Award for a national corporation or foundation at the Foundation’s 2006 Donor Appreciation Dinner. Since 2001, Micron has provided ongoing student support by hiring 40 engineering graduates, sponsoring 31 summer internships, and by annually providing 12 undergraduate engineering scholarships of $5,000 each. Micron has also responded to the college’s needs for equipment, faculty research support during the summer, and a new student microfabrication lab. By hosting faculty visits and allowing its employees to serve on advisory councils and present technical lectures, Micron has helped faculty and administration understand industry needs.
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