MAKE A GIFT TODAY
Donors to the Department of Chemical Engineering provide students with opportunities to develop problem-solving skills that tackle the challenges of our modern world. From the future of medicine to powering a sustainable society, our graduates and researchers are engineering creative solutions that help to improve the human condition.
Ways To Give
The generosity of our alumni and friends expands access to our programs. With your help, we can ensure that our students can participate in all that Michigan offers regardless of a student’s financial capability.
Thank you for your consideration, we appreciate your support!
- Chemical Engineering Impact Fund – 313420 — Gifts to this fund allow the Department of Chemical Engineering to respond to critical needs as they arise and support dynamic programming that enhances student experiences and helps attract world-class faculty.
- Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Fund – 319715 — Support to this fund allows the Department of Chemical Engineering to address the invisible costs of an undergraduate experience like textbooks, stipends, and program fees which are often barriers to creating equitable access to higher education.
- Chemical Engineering Graduate Support Fund – 575438 — Gifts to this fund are critical for attracting the next generation of chemical engineering leaders regardless of their financial capability.
- G. Brymer Williams Student Aid Fund – 729748 — Established to honor Chemical Engineering Professor G. Brymer Williams, this endowed fund supports undergraduate students with financial need who study chemical engineering in the College of Engineering.
- H. Scott Fogler Undergraduate Initiatives in Chemical Engineering – 338593 — Donors to this fund honor the legacy of Professor H. Scott Fogler by supporting undergraduate initiatives that mattered most to Professor Fogler, including the department’s ChemE Car team and the department’s AIChE chapter.
- James O. Wilkes Undergraduate Scholarship – 570145 — Gifts to this fund support undergraduate students in the Department of Chemical Engineering.
For more information on supporting our students and faculty with a gift, please contact Jack Fuchsman, Major Giving Associate for the Department of Chemical Engineering.