Anna Simone poses in front of CEI.

Support Engineering

Together, with our alumni and community partners, we can create new ways to solve problems.

We can generate knowledge and develop ethical and socially responsible engineering leaders who contribute to the betterment of society. We can quickly adapt to rapidly advancing technologies and address unforeseen challenges, whenever or wherever they arise. 

Our supporters help shape our student's academic journey and enable us to deliver a high-quality, hands-on engineering education while developing technologies that improve our lives.

Since 2010, when construction began on our state-of-the-art Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation, enrolment in engineering has more than doubled. Faculty members now teach and mentor more than 1,197 undergraduate and 2,552 graduate students.

Investments in our strategic funding priorities, outlined below, will advance innovative engineering research, enrich the student experience and allow us to continue to grow our expanding engineering programs. 

Thank you for joining us in our vision as we continue to help our students become socially aware and responsible contributors to society.

Our Priorities

Our faculty, departments, and graduate students are developing creative engineering solutions for challenges faced by today’s society. Make an impact by supporting advanced research. Select one of our innovative research groups or projects, or further invest in endowed Research Chairs to build on our existing strengths and provide enhanced training, unique expertise and international perspectives for our students, faculty, industrial partners, community, and beyond.

Investing in state-of-the-art laboratories ensures that students are learning with the most advanced technology and equipment. Bringing theory into practice, such hands-on learning and experiential education activities as capstone design projects help students gain the skills they need to successfully transition to industry.

Undergraduate and graduate scholarships attract top students, financial awards recognize student leaders, and bursaries assist those with financial need. By investing in scholarships, you will help engineering students succeed and reach their full potential.

Gifts to the Dean’s Innovation Fund are undesignated to support projects with the greatest funding need, in real time, to foster innovation. This unique funding opportunity allows us to be proactive to challenges and opportunities as they arise. Donations will support all engineering departments, programs, infrastructure, and extracurricular student groups, including the Engineering Student Society, Women in Engineering, Engineers Without Borders, and more!

A bold new Faculty of Engineering initiative aims to elevate opportunities for equity-deserving groups in engineering to propel a culture shift in our workforce that better reflects the communities that we serve and belong to. 

The faculty has increased its undergraduate entrance scholarships for Black, Indigenous, and female students as well as students who identify as non-binary genders to $5,000 and topped them off with a guaranteed summer research position in the Faculty of Engineering following the completion of their first year.  This is valued at an additional $10,000 and unique among Canadian universities.  

Non-binary is an umbrella term that includes and is not limited to gender, non-binary, transgender, and two-spirit persons. 

To be eligible for consideration, students must complete the UWinAward Profile/Application.  Information on how to apply can be found under the Awards for 1st Year Entering Students tab on the Students Awards - Entering Students webpage. 

Female and non-binary students who also identify as Black or Indigenous are only eligible to receive one award. 

 

Contribute 

The University of Windsor is offering to match up to $500,000 in donations to the scholarships.  Help us elevate these students to be heights in their journey to become engineering professionals.  

Contact

Katie Mazzuca
Major Gift Officer, Faculty of Engineering 
Katie.Mazzuca@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 Ext. 5959