An alum who blazed a trail inspires others to do the same.
Behind the airborne action in “Top Gun: Maverick.”
The alum who sparked the biggest fusion breakthrough in decades
“Our undergraduate experiences were so foundational for both of us that we wanted to help others receive the same foundation we’ve had.”
“It’s important to give back to the folks that nurtured you, trusted you, supported you when you were completely unproven.”
“… I have three daughters [who are all engineers] and I want to make sure that we leave the world cleaner and better for the next generation.”
Karl Iagnemma and wife Ann-Kristin Lund continue to support equity-centered engineering initiatives.
The Marian Engineering Scholarship Fund helps inspire future women in engineering.
Paul Debevec’s pioneering techniques in computer graphics and virtual production have revolutionized filmmaking and are now shaping the future of the entertainment industry.
Elsie MacGill shattered barriers as the world’s first female aeronautical engineer and played a pivotal role in streamlining aircraft production.
Franklin Dollar, a pioneer in laser plasma research, is not only unraveling cosmic mysteries but also promoting equity and inclusivity in science education and research
Not only can research participants control a prosthetic hand with their minds—now they can begin to “feel” it, too.