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Fund established by Anita Klaiman and family in memory of her husband as an endowed fund for undergraduate student financial assistance, with first preference for students who are graduates of Boston public high schools, second preference for students who are graduates of public high schools in the greater Boston area, and third preference for students from Somerset County in New Jersey.
Gifts of family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Anne Catherine Dillon for undergraduate student financial assistance, with a preference for female students majoring in Chemistry.
Gifts to establish an endowed scholarship in his memory.
Gift of Marcia Kowalski, John Kowalski, Matthew Kowalski and Renee Kowalski Gauri to establish an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund with preference for students in the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts of family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Elias Gyftopoulos for undergraduate student financial assistance, with preference for needy students from Greece with first preference for students living in Greece and second preference for students of Greek ancestry.
To provide undergraduate scholarship support.
Gifts of Frederick R. and Lucille S. Fenning to establish an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of their son with first preference for students in Electrical Engineering and in Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and second preference for well-rounded students.
Gifts from family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Frederick J. McGarry, with specific purpose to be determined at a later time.
Gifts to support undergraduate scholarships for Senior House and East Campus residents in memory of James Roberts (Big Jimmy), the beloved night watchmen of East Campus and Senior House for over 20 years.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Chemical Engineering.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Division of Biological Engineering.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Biology.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund in memory of James E. Cunningham (1957) for outstanding undergraduate students with preference for women in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Gifts of family and friends to provide support for student activities in Baker House during the academic year or during the summer. The specific use of the fund shall be determined by the Baker Housemaster with input from current Baker House residents. Activities might include: 1) the Baker House academic tutoring program (FLAG: Foresight Leads to Acceptable Grades); or other such programs; 2) leadership training for Baker House student leaders; or 3) other activities that foster student learning and community.
Gifts of Karen Adams, and family and friends, in memory of Jerry Adams, to support undergraduate student financial assistance.
Gifts of family and friends to be used as an endowment for the Music Library when the fund totals $5,000, income not to be used until then.
Gifts from family and friends to establish a fund in memory of John P. Huchra, to support travel costs for students travelling to the Magellan Telescopes in Chile, with a preference to support undergraduate students.
The fund provides undergraduate scholarships, with preference for an upperclass Computer Science major who has an outstanding record of performance in Course 6.3.
Gift of family and friends in memory of Malcolm J. Casadaban to support undergraduate student financial assistance.
Gift(s) of family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Margaret Nervegna for undergraduate student financial assistance, with a preference for female athletes.
Gifts of friends and family in memory of Margaret Garritsen deVries for graduate student support for women in the Department of Economics.
Gifts of family and friends to endow an undergraduate scholarship with preference to first-year students from the Pittsfield and Berkshire County area.
Memorial gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends in memory of members of the MIT community, to support undergraduate student financial assistance.
Gifts in memory of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, to support undergraduate student financial assistance.
Gifts in memory of Peter Haughton (2004) to support annual events in the Leaders for Manufacturing (LFM) program to foster inter-class relationships and a sense of community.
Gifts from friends and alumni in memory of Robert A. Swanson '69, brother of Sigma Chi.
Established by the Black Alumni/ae of MIT (BAMIT) in 1986, the Fund is named in honor of Dr. Ronald E. McNair '77, the NASA astronaut and MIT alumnus who lost his life in the space shuttle Challenger explosion on January 28, 1986. Dr. McNair's commitment to professional excellence and community service are qualities that the Fund recognizes and rewards in black MIT undergraduates.
Gifts of Sang Han to support undergraduate student financial assistance.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to honor the memory of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, to establish an endowed fund, income to support and award the Sean A. Collier Medal, given annually to individuals or groups that demonstrate the values of Officer Collier. Income in excess of the amount allocated for the Collier Medal shall be used for support and maintenance of the permanent memorial to Officer Collier.
Gifts from family and friends to honor the memory of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, to establish an endowed fund, income to support the construction, installation and maintenance of the permanent memorial to Officer Collier.
Gifts for an endowed undergraduate scholarship fund for needy students of Chinese descent.
Gifts from family, friends, and colleagues in memory of William Kosinar for an endowed scholarship fund.
Gifts from family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Wing S. Fong, to provide an annual award for the senior majoring in Chemical Engineering who has earned the highest cumulative GPA during his/her years at MIT, and who is of Chinese descent. Excess income may be used for the general support of the Department of Chemical Engineering or may be reinvested in principal.