Chemical Engineering

Gift designations

Designation  
Adel F. Sarofim (1962) Fund (3309040)
Gifts to establish an endowed fund in support of graduate student financial aid for students in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Pledges of $10,000 or more paid through June 30, 2017, will be matched dollar for dollar through a generous $100,000 challenge grant by Kimberly Ritrievi (ScD, SM 1985) and her partner Darryn Tilden
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Building 66 Renovation Fund (3701300)
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the renovation of Building 66.
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C.Michael Mohr (1955) Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Fund (3159180)
Supports undergraduate research opportunities in the department of Chemical Engineering.
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Chemical Engineering Graduate Fellowship (3944100)
Supports student education and research in the department of Chemical Engineering.
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Chemical Engineering Laboratory Fund (3131480)
Gifts from the Wylie C. Kirkpatrick Revocable Living Trust and alumni/ae and friends for the use of the Chemical Engineering Department.
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Chemical Engineering Student Fund (3944101)
Supports student education and research in the department of Chemical Engineering.
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Chemical Engineering Unrestricted (3854800)
Provides unrestricted support to the department of Chemical Engineering.
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David H. Koch School of Chemical Engineering Practice (3294200)
Supports student-focused initiatives of the Chemical Engineering Practice School.
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Undergraduate AIChE (2128300)
Gifts from alumni/ae, corporations and friends for supporting the activities of the local MIT chapter of AIChE, including annual Fall Industrial Seminar Series and the national AIChE conference.
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