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Electrical Engineering

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.

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About #idigmines Giving Day

Do you dig Electrical Engineering? #idigmines Giving Day is one day to show your Mines love for the campus causes you dig the most. Thanks to the generosity of the Family Fund Chairs, James Kastenholz and Jennifer Steans, $35,000 is up for grabs!

$30,000 Bonus

Each of the 31 featured causes are vying for a piece of $30,000. Learn more on our BONUS page.

Additional Bonuses

There are three other ways your favorite cause can earn up to $5,000. Learn more on our BONUS page.