With a long, proud history of excellence, our college is the largest producer of engineering talent in Colorado. Many alumni, faculty, staff, and friends have led the way with significant contributions that enabled the college to become a world leader in research and a pioneer in educational reform. You, too, can have a tremendous impact, educating the next generation of innovators and helping transform the way people live, work, and communicate across the world. Charitable contributions are investments in the future – and you can target your gift to enhance a particular opportunity or program. Whatever your investment, the college's advancement team can provide the information needed to shape and direct a gift in the manner most meaningful to you.
Growing up, John Mollenkopf spent most of his free time tinkering. He’d gather up tools, then get to work converting his bicycle into a chopper in the driveway or the garage. As he got older, he graduated to building things from scratch, including go-karts, a hang glider, model airplanes and model cars. Read more
When she first arrived in Boulder in the late 1970s, Faran Nouri was a scared girl from post-revolutionary Iran who spoke very little English. Today, she’s a powerhouse venture capital executive who discovers and helps support the best and brightest new tech companies. Read more
The gift to the College of Engineering and Applied Science from passionate CU Boulder supporters Ann Smead and her husband Michael Byram, aims to set CU Boulder apart from its aerospace peers and propel it to the top of national rankings by attracting the best and brightest students and faculty. Read more