Alex Mora, 2004 ME Graduate Makes $50,000 Gift for Scholarship

May 1, 2019
Alex Mora, 2004 ME Graduate Makes $50,000 Gift for Scholarship

 Pictured (front row): Theresa M. Garcia, Alex Mora, Natasha Celise;
(back row) Eric Pamintuan, Dean Eugene Olevsky, Thelma Chavez, Kate Carinder, Jared Coleman

On behalf of the College of Engineering, we are pleased to announce that Alex Mora, a 2004 ME graduate has made a $50,000 gift to establish an endowed scholarship for engineering students who participate in the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program with a preference for Mechanical Engineering majors. Alex Mora is the CEO of Formula Plastics in Tecate. He is grateful for his SDSU education and MESA experience. Alex is 39 years old and we believe he is the youngest SDSU alumnus to establish an endowed scholarship at this level. We are particularly pleased with this gift as Alex has agreed to help the College of Engineering message out to potential donors the importance of supporting SDSU and the need for endowed scholarships and faculty support positions such as chairs and professorships.

If you or anyone you know might have interest in supporting the College of Engineering with a philanthropic gift, please contact Kate Carinder, Senior Director of Development, College of Engineering: [email protected]

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