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Linda Wyckoff
Alumni and Gifts
216 Roberts Hall
Tel: (406) 994-2223

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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
Location: 212 Roberts

Dean and Director:
Robert Marley
> College of Engineering
What a gift can accomplish...
Your gift to the Dean’s Leadership Fund might allow MSU’s Society of Automotive Engineers’ Formula race team to find a permanent place to build its car. While gearing up for its first competition, the team spent time and energy scrambling for a place to work. Having a dedicated work space might help them better their 28th place design competition finish from 2006. A stellar performance from such a new team could lead to more attention and job offers from industry scouts who regularly attend the event. MSU SAE team's car being judged in Fontana, California

Kim Slack with students in Kenyan classroom
photo courtesy Callie Blackwood

Your gift to the Dean’s Leadership Fund might allow Students for a Sustainable Future, MSU’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), to send one more student to Kenya. The team has helped a rural school district dig a well for clean drinking water for about 600 students. Next, the group plans to provide solar collectors for the pump and install sanitary toilets. EWB wants the MSU chapter to help 55 more schools once the first school’s most basic needs are met.
Your gift to the EMPower Fund might allow us to expand our summer camp for students in economically disadvantaged communities. The GEAR-UP camp helps students prepare for success in college and demonstrates how engineers contribute to the world. students studying biofilms at the Center for Biofilm Engineering

Your gift to the Scholarship Fund might allow more students to reduce their work hours, increase their focus on school work, and perhaps join student organizations. Students who are able to pair their solid grasp of engineering fundamentals with leadership and professional skills gained at MSU have a competitive edge in landing coveted jobs with regional companies.

student working in Center for Biofilm Engineering lab
photo by Stephen Hunts, MSU

Your gift to the Leading Technology Fund might allow the College to build a lab supporting more energy and bioremediation research. Students who find ways to clean up our environment could provide economic stability and improve the health of current and future generations.
Your gift to the Computing Power Fund might allow faculty and students to keep computerized labs on pace with industry. Both computer hardware and software can radically change in a short time. You can ensure that COE students and faculty will not fall behind by using outdated equipment and software.  
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