College of Engineering Giving Links

Supporting our College departments, programs, and student organizations is easy! You can make a safe and secure online gift with a credit card by clicking on any of the links below. For more ways to give, please contact Kate Carinder, Senior Director of Development at [email protected] or 619-594-8264. 

 

Department of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering Department
The Department of Aerospace Engineering excels in teaching and research in traditional and modern Aerospace Engineering areas of study including: aerodynamics, jet and rocket propulsion, aeroelasticity, structural design and optimization, guidance and control, and space flight mechanics. The Department has state-of-the-art experimental and computational facilities including low speed and supersonic wind tunnels and a water tunnel. The Department enjoys a close relationship with the local aerospace industry, which is the major employer of its graduates.
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/Aerospace

Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Department

Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Department
The three majors offered by the Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Department directly affect the well being, health and safety of all citizens as students learn to design and supervise the construction of buildings, dams, transportation systems, and water and wastewater facilities. The Department has excellent relationships with local industry, which sponsor several professorial endowments and offer multiple internships and scholarships for students.
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/civilengineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Electrical & Computer Engineering Department
The Electrical & Computer Engineering Department teaches students the latest technologies in communications, digital signal processing, opto-electronics, fiber optics, power electronics, power systems, bioelectronics, digital circuits, VSLI design, controls, multimedia, and computer networks. The Department benefits from the explosion of the local San Diego telecommunication and biotechnology industries, offering its students unique opportunities through internships and industrial sponsored projects on campus.
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/electricalengineering

Mechanical Engineering Department

Mechanical Engineering Department
The Mechanical Engineering Department at SDSU provides an education that seamlessly combines engineering theory, analysis and practice to prepare our graduates to address contemporary challenges in automation and control, bioengineering, energy and sustainability, novel materials, powder technology, mechanics of materials, robotics, and design and manufacturing. Graduates are employed by aerospace, automotive, biomedical, construction, energy, and manufacturing industries among others, and alumni hold leading positions in both industry and government.
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/MechanicalEngineering

College of Engineering

College of Engineering Fund
The College of Engineering Fund was established to support the emerging needs of the College. Funds are used at the discretion of the Dean and College leadership to ensure student success, faculty excellence, and research advancement. 
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/engineeringfund

  

SDSU Aerospace Engineering Students

College of Engineering Student Success Fund
The College of Engineering has 30 student-led professional societies and organizations that allow students the opportunity to be engaged in the campus community, enhance their leadership and networking skills, and obtain valuable experience applying engineering principles in hands-on engineering project competitions. Gifts to this fund support the most emergent needs of our students. 
http://campaign.sdsu.edu/EngineeringStudentSuccess

 

Carol Forrest, P.E.

 

Carol Forrest, P.E. Memorial Watershed Management Endowed Scholarship
The Carol Forrest, P.E. Memorial Watershed Management Endowed Scholarship was established in 2007 in memory of Carol Forrest, a Principal Engineer and SDSU alumnus, who made an extraordinary contribution to the watershed management field during her 28 years of professional experience.

The scholarship is focused on encouraging students to enter and complete graduate studies in water resources related to storm water and urban runoff. Student scholarships will encourage graduate level research in improving how runoff is managed during construction, after land development (i.e., post-construction), in response to natural disasters (i.e., wildfires), or other events that affect water quality related to the protection or improvement of the health of receiving water systems and/or public property.

SDSU College of Engineering Students Cheng-Mo Sun Memorial Scholarship

Cheng-Mo Sun Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Cheng-Mo Sun Memorial Endowed Scholarship provides support to first-time freshmen or transfer students majoring in Engineering. This endowed scholarship was gifted by Dr. Shu-Yun Chan, SDSU faculty emeritus, in memory of Mr. Cheng-Mo Sun in 1977.

Daphne Marschalk Fredrickson

Daphne Marschalk Fredrickson Memorial Endowed Scholarship
This endowed scholarship fund was named in memory of Mrs. Daphne Marschalk Fredrickson, College of Engineering alumnus and member of the Society of Women Engineers. The Daphne Marschalk Fredrickson Memorial Endowed scholarship is focused on providing scholarship support to students who are members of the Society of Women Engineers and are enrolled in the College of Engineering. The endowment was established in 2001 and the first student scholarship was awarded in the 2002-2003 academic year.

SDSU College of Engineering Students Darrell P. Asquith Memorial Scholarship

Darrell P. Asquith Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Darrell P. Asquith Memorial Endowed Scholarship provides scholarship support to students within the College of Engineering. The endowed scholarship was established in 2009 and was named in memory of Darrell P. Asquith, SDSU alumnus attended.  

Donald Grey Wilson Endowed Scholarship Recipients 2019

Donald Grey Wilson Endowed Scholarship
The Donald Grey Wilson Endowed Scholarship was established in 1992 by Donald Grey Wilson, P.h.D., SDSU faculty emeritus. Dr. Wilson was a faculty member in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department and was twice named "Most Influential Instructor" by SDSU students during his time with the College. The Donald Grey Wilson Endowment provides annual scholarship support for undergraduate students in the College of Engineering. Each scholarship awarded from this endowment will have at a minimum a value of $8,000. 

SDSU Environmental Engineering Students Earl and Christina Myers Scholarship

 Earl and Christina Myers Endowed Scholarship

The Earl and Christina Myers Endowed Scholarship was established in 2003 to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students majoring in Civil or Environmental Engineering. The Myers family generously gifted this endowment in memory of Mr. Earl Myers, who was an SDSU alumnus and attended a two-year pre-engineering program at SDSU in the 1930’s. The first student scholarship was awarded in the 2004-2005 academic year. 

SDSU College of Engineering Faculty

Engineering Faculty Endowed Scholarship
The Engineering Faculty Endowed Scholarship fund was established in 1996 to provide support for scholarships to students in the College of Engineering. This endowment is supported through generous gifts from faculty members.

Georgia Griffiths

Georgia Griffiths, G2 Software Systems Endowed Scholarship
The Georgia Griffiths, G2 Software Systems Endowed Scholarship was established in July 2018 to provide scholarship support to students in the College of Engineering. Ms. Georgia Griffiths is a loyal supporter of SDSU and the President of G2 Software Systems, the first woman-owned defense contractor in San Diego, CA. The scholarship was awarded for the first time in the 2019-2020 academic year.

Jack R. Filanc Endowed Scholarship

Jack R. Filanc Endowed Scholarship
The Jack R. Filanc Endowed Scholarship provides scholarship support to students in the Construction Engineering program within the College of Engineering.  This endowed scholarship was generously gifted by the Filanc family in honor of Mr. Jack R. Filanc, founder of J.R. Filanc Construction Company. The Filanc family are recognized as leaders in the field of quality construction, and as loyal supporters of SDSU, named the J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering and Management Program in the College of Engineering. The endowment was established in 2005 and the first student scholarship was awarded in the 2011-2012 academic year. 

Mark E. Filanc Endowed Scholarship

Mark E. Filanc Endowed Scholarship
The Mark E. Filanc Endowed Scholarship provides scholarship support to students in the Construction Engineering program within the College of Engineering.  This endowed scholarship was generously gifted by the Filanc family in honor of Mr. Mark E. Filanc, CEO of J.R. Filanc Construction Company and SDSU faculty member. The Filanc family are loyal supporters of SDSU and named the J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering and Management Program in the College of Engineering. The endowment was established in 2005 and the first student scholarship was awarded in the 2011-2012 academic year.

Chi Epsilon

McMahon Chi Epsilon Student Chapter Endowment
The McMahon Chi Epsilon Student Chapter Endowment was established in 1999 to provide scholarship support to students who are members of Chi Epsilon in the Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Department of the College of Engineering. This endowment was generously gifted through the McMahon Family Trust. Chi Epsilon is a civil engineering honor society dedicated to maintaining and promoting the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession. The SDSU Chapter of Chi Epsilon was established in 1967.

Michael R. Niggli Endowed Scholarship

Michael R. Niggli Endowed Scholarship
The Michael R. Niggli Endowed Scholarship provides scholarship support to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in the College of Engineering, with a preference for students who are active members in the SDSU Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program. This endowment was established in 2013 by Mr. Michael R. Niggli, an SDSU Electrical Engineering alumnus and generous supporter of the College of Engineering. The first student scholarships were awarded from this endowed fund in the 2014-2015 academic year.

Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship

Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship
The Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship was established in 2019 by Paul Stuverud, alumnus and long-time supporter of the College of Engineering. This endowment provides scholarship support to students in the SDSU MESA Program in the College of Engineering. Paul’s over 30 year engineering career was spent in San Diego and he feels it is important to support first generation and underserved students in their pursuit to become engineers.

Peter John Filanc Leadership Award Endowment

Peter John Filanc Leadership Award Endowment
The Peter John Filanc Leadership Award provides scholarship support to students in the Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Department within the College of Engineering.  This endowed scholarship award was generously gifted by the Filanc family in honor of Mr. Peter John Filanc, former CEO of J.R. Filanc Construction Company and loyal SDSU supporter. As a dedicated philanthropist, Peter was a supporter of education and had a passion for mentoring and inspiring young engineers. The endowment was established in 2005 and the first student scholarship was awarded in the 2011-2012 academic year. 

 

Preston Lowrey III Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Preston Lowrey III Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Preston Lowrey III Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established in 1996 to provide scholarship support to students majoring in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering. This scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Preston Lowrey III, who at the time of his death was pursuing research in alternative energy resources as an Associate Professor at SDSU. Preston graduated from Duke University in 1974 with a Bachelor’s degree in oceanography and geology, then pursued mechanical engineering at NC State University where he graduated with his graduate degree in 1984. After serving as an Assistant Professor at Ohio State University in 1985-86, Preston came to SDSU to pursue his area of research. Preston was an avid explorer, loved the outdoors and enjoyed working with students. Preston’s appreciation for the environment drove his interest in research for alternative energy resources and he was motivated to try and make the world a better place through his research.   

SDSU College of Engineering Students S. Falck Nielsen Family Endowment

S. Falck Nielsen Family Scholarship Endowment
Through the generous support of the S. Falck Nielsen Family, the S. Falck Nielsen Family Scholarship Endowment was established in 1982 to provide scholarships to entering freshmen in the College of Engineering.

San Diego Chapter of Women in Defense Endowed Scholarship

San Diego Chapter of Women in Defense Endowed Scholarship
The San Diego Chapter of the Women in Defense (WID) organization cultivates and supports the advancement and recognition of women working in San Diego’s defense industry. Through one of its initiatives to support women who are working toward careers in defense and national security, the San Diego Chapter of WID established an endowed scholarship fund to provide student scholarships within the College of Engineering. The endowed fund was established in 2009 and the first student scholarship was awarded in the 2010-2011 academic year.