Giving to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Make an Impact
Giving opportunities such as the Engineering Student Projects and Activities Fund provide support for students involved with large and small design projects, as well as both national and international service-oriented projects.
Make a donation directly to the department online.
Contributions to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering help create more educational and research opportunities for our students and faculty. Your contribution, no matter how large or small, can have an impact on a student today, and far-reaching impacts for tomorrow.
The generous support of friends and donors helps the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering provide graduate awards, discretionary funds, and scholarships.
To give online, please choose one of the links below or visit the Giving to Maryland website.
- Gifts to this fund allow the Chair to leverage opportunities to fund initiatives that will raise the reputation of the department.
- The Witczak Graduate Award in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland has been created to honor Dr. Matthew Witczak. Dr. Witczak served as a graduate advisor and teacher on campus between 1973 and 1999 and during that time had a tremendous impact on his students. Dr. Witczak’s mastery of the material, organized mind, and devotion to students were a hallmark of his years on campus. In honor of Dr. Witczak, an endowed fund has been established to support scholarships to graduate students focusing on geotechnical engineering and pavement design. Visit the Witczak Graduate Award page for more information.
- The Engineering Student Projects and Activities Fund provides support for students involved with large and small design projects, some including national and international competitions such as the Solar Decathlon and the Human-Powered Helicopter Competition in addition to service-oriented projects such as Engineers Without Borders.
- EWB is an organization built on giving: Students give their time and basic engineering knowledge to help communities in need around the world, espceially in third world countries. Professional engineers donate their time and unique experiences to produce something that will truly affect a developing community. Visit the University of Maryland Engineers Without Borders website for additional information about EWB's current projects.
If you would like to support the A. James Clark School of Engineering or any additional programs within the Clark School, please visit the Clark School Giving website.
To support additional funding opportunities specific to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, please search for "Civil" on the Clark School Giving website.