Francis_150Funded by 3M, professor Lorraine Francis was named 3M Chair in Experiential Learning, which will help to enhance CSE undergraduate education
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Crouch-scholarship_150Endowment named for Steven L. Crouch and Karen L. Crouch honors his contributions to CSE and undergraduate education.

New scholarship endowment will fund scholarships for undergraduates.


LightShow-M-3_150Fast becoming an annual campus tradition, the CSE light show is also providing students with an opportunity to display design and engineering skills.

Clifford I. and Nancy C. Anderson supports student projects.


Mississippi_150A beautiful backdrop enjoyed from afar, the Mississippi River also serves as a rich source of research, recreation, and academic inspiration.

Read how private giving is making a difference.


CSE-Expo_150CSE Expo’s ultimate goal is to spread the good word about science and engineering far and wide, and to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

Read how donor support is boosting STEM interest.


Frank Kelso with students building sleds.Thanks to the 3M Foundation, Frank Kelso is bringing real-life experiences to the classroom through the CSE First-Year Experience class.

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Physics_150“Now we can compete with other schools that have new physics and nanotech facilities.” – Ron Poling, professor and head of the School of Physics and Astronomy.

Read more about the Physics and Nanotechnology Building.