Support CS&E on Give to the Max Day 2019

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November 1, 2019

Update: Thanks to all who donated to CS&E on Give to the Max Day. With your generous support, we unlocked the $6,000 match, which means we raised $14,170 for the CS&E Discretionary Fund (which provides programmatic support & helps with the pressing needs of the department). 


Support the Department of Computer Science and Engineering on Give to the Max Day. Your gift will have double the impact thanks to generous gifts from our faculty and staff. Donations will be matched dollar for dollar up to $6,000!

In its 50 year history, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has benefited significantly from the partnership and determination of an insightful network of donors, alumni, and friends who share our drive for creative problem solving and bold leadership. Because of the generosity of our donors, we have the flexibility to ignite innovative research and the competitive edge to attract and retain world-class minds.

Your gifts to the Department of Computer Science & Engineering drive:

  • Our capacity to unleash potential - Ensuring that more top students from diverse backgrounds become tomorrow's experts, change agents, and leaders in the vast and rapidly growing fields of Computer Science, from data science to software engineering, robotics to safety and security, VR to AI, and everything in between;
  • Our culture of unlimited possibilities - Recruiting and retaining inspired faculty whose scholarly work and teaching excellence advance breakthrough research in the laboratory and academic discovery in the classroom;

  • Our commitment to empowerment - Preparing more students to be global thinkers and innovators after graduation, whether they pursue career opportunities or advanced degrees;

  • Our promise to the future - Engaging upcoming generations of young people from all backgrounds to choose higher education in Computer Science and other STEM-related disciplines and supporting these students and their success as they prepare to enter a growing workforce.

Please give what you can to drive leadership in Computer Science and Engineering at Minnesota forward! Thank you!

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