Giving to Environmental Resources Engineering

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The ERE department constantly seeks to prepare engineers to identify and solve complex environmental resource problems. The program strives to educate leaders who will sustain, restore and protect our natural resources and the environment. Gifts from our supporters are key to achieving these goals, and we thank you for considering a donation to the ERE department!

Using the Designation drop-down menu on the giving page, you can choose a category for donation, and we'll add your gift to a specific fund. Currently, we have two categories, detailed below. You may also donate directly to the funds of our student clubs, which are linked at the bottom of this page.

Environmental Resources Engineering

Funds designated to Environmental Resources Engineering will help us refurbish parts of Science D, the engineering building, as well as provide funds for lab equipment, software, supplies, printers, etc.

Student Club Travel and Competitions

HSU's Society of Women Engineers chapter at the 2016 ABJ Conference in Seattle

Funds designated for Student Club Travel and Competitions will help students prepare and attend professional conferences and competitions where they have been selected to participate. The photo to the right shows our SWE students at the 2016 ABJ Conference in Seattle. This option will also provide funds to pay students to work with ERE faculty on research projects.

The ERE students, staff and faculty thank you for considering supporting the ERE department.

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To donate funds directly to a specific student club, click one of the links below!

  • SWE
  • RESU
  • EWB
  • SHPE does not currently have their own fund to receive donations as they are a newer club, but they will soon!

How to Apply

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