A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland
An unprecedented new investment of $219.5 million from the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation that will transform the University of MarylandWatch the Video
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation's $219.5 million investment is the largest in University of Maryland history and ranks among the largest to a public research institution in the 21st century.Seperator
This transformative investment will propel UMD and the A. James Clark School of Engineering to the forefront of education and research worldwide by establishing and funding an array of scholarships and fellowships, professorships, and operational and capital projects.
Thanks to the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation, this investment will increase college access and affordability, spark innovations that tackle the daunting problems facing the nation and world, and inspire the next generation of engineering leaders.
Increase College Access and Affordability
Providing an affordable college education to promising students was a goal of great personal importance to A. James Clark.
Solve Daunting Problems Facing the Nation and World
The most daunting challenges of our time—from energy and the environment to security and human health—demand brilliant problem-solvers to help people lead better lives.
Build the Next Generation of Engineering Leaders
Engineers are in high demand. At the University of Maryland, we are answering the call for our state, the nation, and the world to open new pathways to research and innovation.
Growing up in Maryland, Allen Corbin knew that if he was going to go to college, he was going to have to work to pay for it himself.
UMD degree: B.S. in electrical engineering, graduating Fall 2019Read More
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