The Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) prepares graduates to solve real-world challenges related to earth, energy, information and environment. Over the years, EE has developed a vibrant an diverse research program that encompasses a wide range of areas and several interdisciplinary fields. We are proud to serve our students in the classroom, through research and a very active IEEE student chapter.
Your gift of any size on #idigmines Giving Day will make a tremendous impact and allow us to provide the education needed for the leaders of tomorrow:
- 5 donations of $200 could pay for one year of a student’s fellowship or scholarship
- 25 donations of $100 could pay for an annual renewal of one educational software license
- 40 donations of $50 could take several students on a field session to an industry plant
- 50 donations of $30 could pay the registration and trip expenses for a student attending a conference
- 100 donations of $25 could pay for students conducting undergraduate research projects
- 100 donations of $15 could allow us to bring a renowned speaker to our department's colloquium series
With extra funding from the $35,000 bonus challenge, the Electrical Engineering department could get some much-needed equipment for power, electronics, and circuits labs, and invest in new infrastructure equipment for the microwave and antennas labs.