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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Help Modernize Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories

Washington State University is responding to the need for more electrical engineers and computer scientists.

Enrollment in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at WSU has nearly doubled in five years to 1,089 students, but our laboratories have not kept pace with the latest technologies.

Be Part of the Solution

Inspire the next generation of EECS students to solve tomorrow’s complex problems and equip them for the future with updated teaching laboratories.

Whether you are a WSU graduate, partner, or friend, your gift can address an urgent need for state-of-the-art teaching laboratories.

Gifts can be pledged over a three year period. Any funds raised above the $1.5 million goal will create an endowment to maintain and upgrade these critical teaching laboratories.

Employment growth in software engineering professions, 2012–2013. Continued growth expected through 2020. Data from the Education Advisory Board and COE Forum.

Employment growth in software engineering professions, 2012–2013.

Data from the Education Advisory Board and COE Forum.

Contribute Now

Yes! I want to support undergraduate laboratory renovations in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Contribute Online

Please designate my gift to the EECS Undergraduate Lab Renovation Fund.

Contribute by Mail

Download and complete the EECS Undergraduate Laboratory Renovations pledge form. Return to:
Voiland College Development Office
PO Box 642714
Pullman, WA 99164-2714

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Learn More

Devon Anderson
Senior Director of Development
Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture
danders@wsu.edu
509-335-2197

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