Giving Online to the College of Engineering

Our alumni and friends provide essential support for the College of Engineering's teaching programs and research enterprise. The College of Engineering at UC Santa Barbara is a global leader in bioengineering, chemical and computational engineering, materials science, nanotechnology and physics.
UCSB boasts five Nobel Laureates (four in sciences and engineering) and one winner of the prestigious international Millennium Technology Prize. Our students, professors and staff thrive in a uniquely-successful interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial culture. Our professors' research is among the most cited by their peers, evidence of the significance and relevance of their work.

Our aim is to create in UCSB Engineering classrooms and laboratories a highly challenging and diverse environment - one that mirrors today's global society and workplace. By investing in the College, you are providing direct support for research and instruction which are at the core of our mission. You may designate your unrestricted gift below to either the College or one of it's associated Departments and Programs.

Our College's pioneering history and continued success is made possible by the generosity of these annual unrestricted gifts. Please join us as we educate our students to become leaders and seek solutions through innovative research. Please make your annual gift to the College of Engineering today- every dollar makes a difference.

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 For more information about supporting the UCSB College of Engineering, please contact Beth Ptalis Hough at beth.hough@ucsb.edu or 805-893-5198.



If you are having problems with this page and/or can't find the fund/area to which you wish to give please call (805) 893-2112 for personal assistance, or e-mail ia-givinghelp@ucsb.edu.

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College of Engineering Dean's Fund
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the College; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
Biomolecular Science and Engineering
Provides graduate student fellowship support for students enrolled in the interdepartmental graduate program.
Chemical Engineering
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the department; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
Computer Science
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the department; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the department; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
EMBODI
EMBODI
Institute for Energy Efficiency

Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the Institute; directed towards programs, and/or research.

Lucas Ransom Memorial Scholarship
Lucas Ransom Memorial Scholarship
Materials Department
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the department; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
Materials Research Laboratory
Materials Research Laboratory
Robert G. Rinker Chemical Engineering Laboratory Endowment
This endowment provides funds to equip and maintain the state of the art undergraduate Chemical Engineering Laboratory as well as support for the programs, students, and instruction needs associated with the lab.
Technology Management Program
Provides current use/flexible support for the greatest need of the program; directed towards student support, teaching and lab facilities, academic programs, and/or research.
The Roger C. Wood Endowment
This endowment in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department provides named undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships, as well as funding to equip and supply state-of-the-art teaching facilities and faculty support.
Tony Evans Endowed Chair in Structural Materials
Tony Evans Endowed Chair in Structural Materials
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