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Giving to the College

Giving takes many forms at the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science. Your contributions further strengthen our ability to deliver the highest quality educational, research, and outreach opportunities to Wyoming and the world.


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UW Giving Day 2021 

UW Giving Day is an annual UW tradition spearheaded by the UW Foundation that raises thousands of dollars in a single day for students and programs across campus

“UW Giving Day is about creating a culture of philanthropy, gratitude, and giving back,” says Jack Tennant, Director of Annual Giving. “It’s about bringing together all those who love Wyoming and its university and uniting them behind the common purposes of education, research, and service.”

UW Giving Day will take place October 20–21, noon to noon, in conjunction with Homecoming. Matches and challenges will be available double the impact of your gift or unlock challenge funds.

This UW Giving Day the College of Engineering and Applied Science has $95,000 available in matching funds and challenges, 5 different campaigns, and 1 friendly competition with the College of Business to see which college can inspire more people to donate! It’s based on the number of donors, not the amount of money, so a donation of any size can make the difference! 

UW Giving Day is an amazing force for good for the University of Wyoming and its students and alums. Thank you for making it possible!

Learn more about our incredible College of Engineering and Applied Science causes at https://bit.ly/3p8VP8k.


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Homecoming 2021

"Come home, Cowboys" for the University of Wyoming 2021 Homecoming Saturday, October 16 - Saturday, October 23. 

FRIDAY EVENT || Join us Friday, October 22 from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. for the College of Engineering and Applied Science Open House in the College of Engineering and Applied Science Susan McCormack Center for Student Success (EN 2085) and enjoy complimentary coffee, cider and breakfast snacks.

FRIDAY EVENT || You're invited to join the College of Engineering and Applied Science 2021 H.T. Person Distinguished Speaker Ken Pomeroy, Friday, October 22, at 3:00 p.m. in the EERB 255 or via virtual option (Zoom) for The Crossover: Using Meteorological Principles to Predict Basketball Outcomes.

SATURDAY EVENT || College of Engineering and Applied Science alumni, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend the College of Engineering and Applied Science Tailgate which will be located inside of the Indoor Practice Facility and outdoor Ford Lot Spot #48 prior to kickoff from 10:30am-1:30pm on Saturday, October 23. Please RSVP Here For This Event


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Distinguished Alumni

The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) has an awards and recognition committee whose purpose is to recognize and honor deserving individuals who have brought distinction to the programs of College of Engineering and Applied Science through achievements and/or service.

Recognition is given either through induction into the Hall of Fame or by receipt of the College's Distnguished Engineer/Scientist or the Distinguished Service Awards. By honoring these exemplary individuals, we wish to show appreciation to them for the distinction they have brought to the College and the University of Wyoming.


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Annual Giving

Private investments that provide the College of Engineering and Applied Science with funding for core initiatives. Annual Funds are among the most highly valued and strategically useful private investments. Unrestricted funds provide a steady stream of funding that enables the college to respond quickly to emerging opportunities, to pursue core initiatives, and to invest in programs where the need is greatest and the potential for success is highest.


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Endowments

When people give a gift to the University of Wyoming, they often establish an endowment, as opposed to the funds going directly toward immediate needs. This is because an endowment is a way to extend the life of the gift.

Endowments are conduits that allow yesterday's students help the students of today and tomorrow. They provide a firm foundation of assets that are held in perpetuity, the interest of which creates a steady stream of funding for those purposes chosen by the donor. This reliable income allows the university to plan and budget effectively, but most importantly it helps students achieve their educational goals, sending them down the path to success.

Learn more about current College of Engineering and Applied Science Endowments like the H.T. Person Memorial Endowment.


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Professorships

Our professional educators help the College of Engineering and Applied Science fulfill our mission to prepare students for careers by providing quality education. By supporting our faculty through an endowment, you give our college and our students the expertise necessary to be successful and competitive in the world of engineering and applied science.

Faculty support can be shown through:

  • Endowing a Department Chair position

  • Endowing a named Professorship

  • Creating Faculty Awards

  • Supporting Faculty Research


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Graduate Fellowships

Graduate students are an integral part of the College of Business and are always in need of assistance with the costs associated with being in school.

Graduate students provide a tremendous amount of assistance to our faculty in both areas of research and teaching. They offer this assistance in addition to the research expectations they already have and their classwork obligations. Fellowships give graduate students a much needed support system that allows their minds to stay focused on what they want to accomplish.


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Infrastructure & Technology Development

We strive to ensure that our students are taught in an atmosphere that maximizes their potential to learn.

Students are able to get more out of their education when they have the most current and accessible information and technology. Our state-of-the-art building represents our efforts to provide high quality infrastructure and technology for our students, faculty, and staff. These efforts are ongoing as technology is consistently being updated and outdated. Your support can ensure that students today and students in 20 years are both educated in the most up-to-date and high quality way.


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TEDDI FREEDMAN

Teddi Freedman is our Director of Development. She is available to assist you with any questions you have regarding giving to the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science.

Contact Teddi Here

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College of Engineering and Applied Science

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EERB 401

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-4253

Email: enginfo@uwyo.edu

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