Engineering Giving Drive Continues Wednesday
The College of Engineering's 50 For Our Future giving drive continues Wednesday, Sept. 16, for alumni and friends to support students during COVID-19.
The drive's first day raised more than $150,000 as all 10 featured areas received support.
To see all the latest updates and to make a gift, visit fundrazor.uark.edu/50ForOurFuture.
Gifts of all sizes will make a difference, and all funds will be used by the area you designate to improve the student experience during COVID-19.
Be sure to check out this video message from Dean John English as he explains why 50 For Our Future is so important.
Gifts can be directed to the following areas:
- Biological and Agricultural Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- The U of A Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers
- The Interdisciplinary Data Science Program
For questions about giving, contact Bill Lansden, senior director of development and external relations, at email@example.com.
- College of Engineering
- Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering
- Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering
- Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering
- Department of Electrical Engineering
- Department of Industrial Engineering
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Data Science Program
Nick DeMoss, director of communications
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