Mechanical Engineering, incl Ocean Engineering

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Discretionary funds used for support of student space renovation, research lab renovation, undergraduate and graduate student organizations in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Appropriation of funds for the discretionary use of the Department of Ocean Engineering for purposes including graduate student support, Ocean Engineering curriculum development, and faculty travel.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to provide discretionary support for the Mechanical Engineering Makerworks Lab.
Gifts and transfer of funds previously received as gifts for the discretionary use of the head of the department.
Gifts to support an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Ain A. Sonin.

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Gifts to support an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Ain A. Sonin.
Gifts of alumni and friends designated for an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Ascher H. Shapiro.
Gifts of family and friends in memory of James C. Keck, for graduate student financial support in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, including, but not limited to, support for travel grants for students in the field of thermodynamics and kinetics to attend conferences and present research papers and/or for the awarding of a thesis prize. Support may also include tuition assistance, stipend support, summer support, book allowances and general awards.
Gifts and transfer of funds previously received as gifts for the discretionary use of the head of the department.
Discretionary funds used for support of student space renovation, research lab renovation, undergraduate and graduate student organizations in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to provide discretionary support for the Mechanical Engineering Makerworks Lab.
Gifts for discretionary use in support of our educational activities including our teaching laboratories.
Funds to support the activities of the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography/ Applied Ocean Science and Engineering.
Gifts in support of an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Nathan H. Cook.
Gifts for an endowed fellowship fund in Ocean Engineering.
Appropriation of funds for the discretionary use of the Department of Ocean Engineering for purposes including graduate student support, Ocean Engineering curriculum development, and faculty travel.
Gifts to support the Sports Technology and Education @ MIT (STE@M) Clean Innovation Workshops. Students attending the workshop experience an intense week of activities designed to illuminate the key ingredients in successful technologies including the interplay between elegant engineering design, sound public policy, and the consumer experience.
Gifts to support an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Stephen H. Crandall.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT team participating in the Maritime RobotX Student Challenge. The Challenge will consist of teams of students using a standard maritime platform that students will outfit with sensors, computers and software. The vehicles will be required to complete a course based on a variety of maritime surface vehicle missions.
Gifts to support the MOOS-IvP Open Source Autonomy Software Project. The MOOS-IVP Open Source Autonomy Software Project provides open source software to the general science community wishing to explore the ocean with autonomous robotic systems.
Gifts in support of an endowed graduate fellowship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, honoring Warren M. Rohsenow.
Gifts of Warren M. Rohsenow, as well as other alumni and friends, including Gail Kendall, to endow a fund in support of the work of the Mechanical Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory.
Supports a four-week summer residence program at MIT to introduce female high school students to Mechanical Engineering (ME).