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Norman D. Marschke Scholarship Fund at the College of Engineering endowed

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Norman D. Marschke (BSE EE ’63, MSE ’64) has provided a gift to endow the Norman D. Marschke Scholarship Fund at the College of Engineering.  This fund will provide need-based scholarship support for undergraduate students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering division in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  This gift qualifies for the Bicentennial Opportunity Matching Initiative.  Mr. Marschke has also documented his intention to provide a bequest to College, which will supplement this endowment fund.

Raised in St. Joseph, Michigan, Norman Marschke earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering from the University of Michigan.  While attending, Mr. Marschke was active in the U-M sailing club, and interned with Whirlpool during his summer breaks.  After graduation, Mr. Marschke relocated to Curpertino, California to pursue a job with Hewlett Packard, and continually advanced his career with the company until his retirement.  Mr. Marschke currently resides in San Jose, California.

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