Clark School engineers are making life-changing advances every day in fields spanning from energy sustainability to robotics and autonomy, from biomedical devices to quantum systems for the marketplace. On October 1, 2021, the Clark School welcomed Dr. Samuel Graham, Jr. to our Fearless community and as the new dean of Maryland Engineering.
Dean Graham has an ambitious vision to further propel the Clark School's ascent by:
- Making investments in our world-renowned faculty with seed grants to spark research
- Providing scholarships and innovative student programs;
- Creating an ecosystem to support the entrepreneurial spirit of Terp engineers and;
- Expanding research that amplifies our impact as our state’s and nation’s economic driver.
Gifts to the Clark School Dean's Fund will provide the ability to support a wide array of areas; such as, a promising but not-yet-funded research program, purchasing equipment that will improve a specific course, funding a student or faculty member to attend an influential conference or sponsoring a team's participation in a national design competition.
Support of the Dean’s Fund has a direct and immediate impact on the lives and careers of hundreds of engineering students and our ability to begin building the future that we want for ourselves and the generations that come after us.
Make a gift in support of the Clark School Dean's Fund and help build a visionary future on Giving Tuesday!
Read more about Dean Graham at eng.umd.edu/meet-dean
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