Your support on ONE DAY. ONE KU. will help move the School of Engineering forward. Thank you for considering a gift to one of the following areas:
KU School of Engineering Greatest Need
An unrestricted gift to the KU School of Engineering can be used to meet immediate needs or take advantage of unexpected opportunities. From scholarships and technology improvements in the classroom, to equipment upgrades and lab renovations — as well as a broad range of additional applications — support in this area is extremely beneficial to KU Engineering students and faculty.
Engaged Learning for Undergraduate Teaching Fellows
Undergraduate Teaching Fellows helps their peers with problem solving exercises and other active learning activities in the classroom by assisting faculty to ensure each student receives proper guidance during class. The Fellows are typically undergraduate students who have already been successful in the same course. The experience of guiding others through the material also serves to reinforce and deepen the Fellow’s own knowledge of the subject.
Teaching Awards Fund
Celebrating the achievements of KU Engineering’s finest teachers is a powerful mechanism to reward top faculty and to encourage junior faculty to strive for great heights in the classroom. This fund provides a means to increase the school’s ability to recognize and reward faculty for excellence in the classroom. Individual engineering departments offer their own teaching awards and engineering faculty are eligible for university-wide teaching awards, but increasing the availability of teaching awards at a school-wide level would enhance the faculty experience at KU Engineering.
Don Green Fellowship Fund
Gifts to the Don Green Fellowship Fund further the commitment to classroom teaching and service to undergraduate and graduate students while also guaranteeing that Dr. Green's legacy endures. Your contribution will help ensure that the values of hard work, innovation and service — the same values Don Green brought to KU every day — remain at KU far into the future. Thank you for supporting future generations of KU chemical engineers and petroleum engineers.