The US Department of Education identified a bright future for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. In that future, science and technology play pivotal roles in expanding human knowledge and solving societal challenges. Participate in establishing the high-tech environment and creative ecosystem that will lead to these scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations through philanthropy.
Support the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s strategic plans to empower our students by promoting academic excellence, creativity and innovation. Please contribute today.Help us change the world
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s (ECE) exciting new initiative–Building for Modernization–will take our remarkable department to new heights of excellence in student learning opportunities, collaborative research, and community engagement.
The initiative, focused primarily on critically needed renovations of ECE’s space in Barton Hall, will bring about changes within the department that will unite modern, state-of-the-art facilities with the historic atmosphere of the Homewood campus. Following the renovation students, faculty, and staff will be better enabled to change the world through research and learning using modernized facilities and new resources.
With your support, we can realize these exciting plans and achieve our goal of modernizing the department’s facilities.
Donors of $1000 or more will be recognized on a plaque in the lobby of Barton Hall. For more information on the renovation project or naming opportunities, please contact Allison Baker in the Development and Alumni Relations Office at (410) 516-6721.
The Innovation Fund provides flexible funding that supports the changing needs of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and enables the department to invest in promising student and faculty initiatives. Examples include student research opportunities; important equipment upgrades; opportunities for students and faculty to travel to scientific meetings and to present their findings at international conferences; and student events and lectures designed to create partnerships in technology, education, and industry.
With your help and annual support of the Innovation Fund, we will ensure ECE remains at the forefront of engineering education and research.
The Johns Hopkins University and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are committed to providing financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students, enabling the most promising students who wish to pursue rewarding careers in electrical and computer engineering to do so, regardless of their financial backgrounds. In addition, support for stipends for student researchers allow both the students and the faculty member they are working alongside to investigate problems that may be too early for sponsored funding or are too risky for traditional research grants.
With your help, we hope to increase the amount of funding we offer to our students, ensuring that a world-class Johns Hopkins education is accessible, regardless of financial background.
For more information about establishing an endowed or term scholarship or fellowship, please contact Allison Baker in the Development and Alumni Relations Office at (410) 516-6721.