Giving to the Binghamton University Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department supports the future of the industry and the continued growth of our department by giving current students more opportunities to travel to conferences or competitions, providing scholarships to qualified students in-need, funding innovative design projects and allowing the department to pursue new initiatives, programs or recruitment strategies. Innovation, experience and diversity all contribute to a stronger cohort of engineers worldwide and it starts here at Binghamton University.
- Scholarships - Scholarships are a vital tool for the department's ability to recruit an outstanding, diverse undergraduate and graduate student population. These scholarships also allow underprivileged students to focus on their education instead of the financial difficulties of pursuing a degree.
- Student Travel - Conferences and competitions are an integral part of the learning experience at Binghamton University. The Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department needs your help to make sure students have funds available when opportunities arise for educational experiences outside of the Binghamton area.
- Student Projects - An engineering education often requires hands-on experience. We encourage our students to pursue projects outside of class that interest them and these students often need financial support to make their projects a reality.
- Chair's Initiatives - Gifts to the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department can support all of the above initiatives as well as the general needs of the department. The initiatives could include recruitment efforts, lab equipment or where the greatest needs are.
Other ways to give
For planned giving opportunities including endowed gifts, tribute gifts, estate planning and more, please contact the Watson School's Director of Development via the information below or by cell phone at 607-240-8200.
Questions about the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Department's initiatives can be directed to the department chair.