The College of Engineering & Mines will have a direct impact on the future sustainability of our state, region and world. Students and faculty are building on a 100-year tradition, educating engineers and geoscientists who are impacting the way you live. Our globe is changing rapidly and we're faced with many pressing challenges to preserve natural resources, fight poverty, meet growing demands for national security, and find solutions to health care advancement. Engineers best prepared to meet these global challenges will be those educated in a creative, innovative and entrepreneurial environment … those educated at UND.
- Student Development Fund: $1 million
- Full Scholarship: $500,000
- Support Scholarship: $25,000+
- Engineering Education Endowed Chair: $4 million
- Leaderships & Entrepreneurship Endowed Chair: $4 million
- Biomedical Engineering Endowed Chair: $4 million
- Energy Studies Endowed Chair: $4 million
- Faculty Excellence Fund: $1 million
- Faculty Research Fund: $1 million
- Endowed Professorship: $500,000
- Young Faculty Scholar: $500,000
- Faculty Fellowship: $250,000
- Center for Engineering Education: $5.5 million
Building on the success of our K-12 progams, the Center will excite young minds about engineering, technology and innovation. The Center will also partner with two-year schools to facilitate a smooth transition for students pursing engineering.
- Engineering Leadership & Entrepreneurship Program: $5.5 million
Leveraging the new Jodsaas Center, with coaching from industry and business experts, we will provide customized professional development programs for each student to gain the leadership and entrepreneurial skills that lead to success.
- Office of Engineering Alumni Advancement: $2.5 million
We are committed to the lifelong advancement of our alumni. Through this office we will develop programs and opportunities for alumni including cutting-edge resources for continuing education.
- Center for Biomedical Engineering: $2.5 million
In collaboration with the School of Medicine & Health Sciences we will establish an interdisciplinary Center to design devices, assays, and other materials for the biomedical community that ultimately are used to prevent and treat disease.
- Institute for Energy Studies: $6 million
We will enhance the creation and development of educational and research programs in areas including fossil and renewable energy. Degree and certificate programs will be offered in petroleum engineering and sustainable energy, along with a PhD in engineering-energy track.
- Engineering Link: $6 million
A link between Leonard and Upson Halls will support dynamic program growth and house dedicated labs for petroleum engineering, as well as the Center for Engineering Education and the Office of Engineering Alumni Advancement.
- Refurbish Laboratory: $500,000
- Renovate Classrooms: $200,000
- Everyday Excellence Fund: Any Amount
A simple, but crucial, funding resource that allows UND Engineering to sustain excellence each and every day.