Once again thank you for your interest in supporting engineering education, research and programs at MSU. This section of the website outlines various gift opportunities and methods of giving available to you. We welcome you to explore these options and consider joining the College of Engineering's family of supporters.
The College of Engineering receives a great deal of its private support through annual donor campaigns, endowment funds, and special campaigns. In this section of the website you can explore the various annual donor campaigns (e.g. Corporate In-House Campaigns) as well as several special campaigns focused on new research facilities projects and the upcoming Capital Campaign. You can also explore the opportunity to support or established endowed funds to benefit the College. Endowment gifts allow the College of Engineering to provide continual funding to a specific program or project. The principal of these gifts is invested and a portion of the annual earnings is used for annual program support. Endowment income can provide stable, long-term funding for faculty positions, scholarships, and program enhancement.
Bosch Partners with MSU College of Engineering to Promote Innovation, Creative Thinking
Robert Bosch LLC is partnering with Michigan State University’s College of Engineering in support of the college’s first-year program—the CoRe (Cornerstone and Residential) Experience.
With a $200,000 contribution from the Bosch Community Fund, Bosch—a leading global supplier of technology and services in the areas of automotive and industrial technology, consumer goods, and building technology—becomes a corporate sponsor in the Engineering Theme Partnership program. Bosch joins Consumers Energy/the Consumers Energy Foundation and GE Transportation as a CoRe Theme Partner. - See more at: http://www.egr.msu.edu/news/2012/08/28/bosch-partners-msu-college-engineering-promote-innovation-creative-thinking
MSU and GE Collaboration Trains Next Generation of Engineers
GE is collaborating with Michigan State University’s College of Engineering to help train the next generation of engineers to address transportation-related issues for the future.
A ribbon cutting on November 1, 2011, marked the opening of the Transportation Commons in Wilson Hall.
MSU’s senior associate provost June Youatt and Brett BeGole, product general manager, GE Appliances, spoke at the ceremony. Later in the evening, BeGole presented a lecture, “Ecomagination at GE: Building Innovative Solutions to Environmental Challenges and Building a Career in Clean Technology,” to the greater MSU community. Click here to read the full article.