Giving Opportunities

Tomorrow's Pioneers Can Use Your Support Today

Your gifts directly impact the education of students who are advancing to create earth-friendly plastics, medical microdevices, cleaner sources of energy, and so much more. Monetary gifts go toward attracting world-class faculty, supporting the creation of innovative programs, maintaining advanced facilities and equipment, and funding opportunities for real-world application and experience. These elements are necessary to provide tomorrow’s chemical engineers with the tools to create a better future for all of us.

To learn more about how you can support Chemical Engineering at Michigan Tech, contact:

Pradeep Agrawal

  • Department Chair, Chemical Engineering
  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
906-487-1870
pkagrawa@mtu.edu
ChemSci 203B

Ways to Give

Chemical Engineering Unit Operations Lab Endowment

The Unit Operations Lab is the only lab of its kind and size in the world used for chemical engineering education. At three stories tall and 6,500 square feet, it emulates a real-world chemical processing facility. Your generous gifts allow the department to continue to improve and maintain this exceptional facility.

Expand Our World Class Unit Operations Lab

We must raise $3 million in order to complete the UO Lab expansion by spring 2018. Help us to graduate world class chemical engineers by supporting additions to our suite of pilot plants.

 

Chemical Engineering Outreach

Funds designated to outreach are used to bring industry leaders to campus to speak with students and share their experiences as professional chemical engineers. Support the opportunity for students to meet mentors and make industry connections.

 

Chaired Junior Professorship

The Chaired Junior Professorship fund has been established to provide financial support for an outstanding junior faculty member in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the level of assistant/associate professor. The professorship holder will be an exceptional scholar and outstanding teacher whose expertise continues to grow their graduate program and their research bridges the discipline of Chemical Engineering.

 

Mineral Processing Outreach

Funds designated to outreach are used to bring industry leaders to campus to speak with students and share their experiences as professionals in the field of Mineral Processing. Support the opportunity for students to meet mentors and make industry connections in this specialized area.