The Power of Penn Engineering: Inventing the Future
Campaign News: Largest Gift in School's History
Harlan M. Stone, C’80, PAR’13, has made a $25 million commitment to Penn Engineering to support the construction of a new Data Science Building.
Campaign Priority: Faculty
To recruit and retain renowned faculty who inspire and nurture innovative thinking.
Goal: $65 million
Campaign Priority: Scholarships + Fellowships
To fund the education of all qualified students who have the talent and ambition to succeed.
Goal: $46 million
Campaign Priority: Facilities
To build and renovate revolutionary spaces, including labs, collaborative spaces, and active-learning classrooms.
Goal: $35 million
Campaign Priority: Unrestricted Funds
To strengthen flexible sources of funding and sustain the quality of school-wide programs through Penn Engineering’s Annual Giving Fund and Dean’s Discretionary Fund.
Goal: $16 million
Campaign Priority: Student Programs
To create opportunities to enrich students and foster a more diverse and inclusive campus.
Goal: $8 million
The 2018-2019 Engineering Honor Roll
Our 2018-2019 Honor Roll recognizes those alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations and organizations who supported our future engineers, entrepreneurs and scholars during the 2019 fiscal year, which concluded on June 30, 2019. View the Honor Roll.
Join the Engineering Annual Giving February Challenge!
UNLOCK $25,000 FOR STUDENTS
During the month of February, Penn Engineering has an exciting opportunity to secure a $25,000 Challenge gift. If 300 donors make a gift to Engineering Annual Giving by February 29th, alumnus and Overseer Alex Krueger, ENG’96, W’96, will give an additional $25,000 to our School! Join the Challenge and make your gift today.