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The Hill Engineering Research and Development Center is dedicated.

One of the strengths of the KU School of Engineering is the unwavering support of its alumni and friends. Their professional successes have enabled them to foster personal and professional growth in the next generation of engineers and computing professionals through the school.

Alumni support can take the form of scholarships, distinguished or endowed professorships, laboratories and facilities improvements, structures, programs and more.

The School of Engineering also offers an Industry Partners Program aimed at empowering corporate donors to impact KU engineering programs, foster an innovative culture and develop the engineering talent that fits industry needs.

Young School of Engineering graduates are invited to join KU Endowment's Deans Club Rising Stars to continue support for the school. Generous support from young alumni can facilitate cutting-edge research, enhance the prestige and reputation of a KU engineering education and attract and educate the best and brightest engineering students. Deans Club Rising Stars is a special giving level offered only to alumni 35 years or younger who make an annual gift of $500 to the School of Engineering. Gifts can be designated to support any department, program or initiative within the school. Check with your future employer's human resources department to see if your gift can qualify for a matching contribution. A financial match by your company can decrease your out-of-pocket giving, but still qualify you for Rising Stars recognition. 

Meet our Team

Donations for the School of Engineering through KU Endowment keep the school on the leading edge of research, education and innovation. If you would like to explore ways you can help, please contact the School of Engineering Development Team:

Development Director and Team Leader
1891 Constant Ave.
Development Officer, KU Endowment
1891 Constant Ave.
Susan Reilly, Development Director
Development Director, KU Endowment
1891 Constant Ave., Lawrence, KS 66047


Engineering Research Highlights

One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
—U.S. News & World Report
Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
5th nationwide for service to veterans —"Best for Vets: Colleges," Military Times
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