Department Support Funds
Contribute directly to the ECE department program support fund of your choice through The Ohio State University's online giving secure website and online donation form. A list of ECE scholarship funds is also available.
Established endowment funds or funds on their way to becoming endowed:
Harry E. Ashmead Memorial Fund in Electrical
Established May 6, 1994, from his estate. Income enhances electrical engineering teaching and research in the department.
Sarah Eliza and Martin Luther Dickey Memorial Fund in
Electrical Engineering (601741)
Established 1989 from the estate of Albert Dickey, in memory of his parents. Aids research, teaching and service programs/facilities in the Department of Electrical Engineering.
ECE High Voltage Power (312252)
Supports the High Voltage Power Lab and enhancing the student experience
ECE Excellence Fund (482018)
Support the ECE department activities to enhance the academic excellence of the department. Used to aid in research teaching, service programs, facilities and other emerging priorities
Marlin Thurston Memorial Fund
Initially for undergraduate scholarships. Once it reaches a sufficient level, an endowed Professorship will be established. Visit the Dr. Marlin O. Thurston Memorial website to find out more about Dr. Thurston and the efforts to establish this fund.
ECE Professor in High Voltage Power Engineering
To Support a Designate Professor in High Voltage Power Engineering; Funds Will be Used for Salary and Benefits of the Designated Professor
Electrical Engineering Alumni Endowment
Established October 7, 1983, by alumni, friends and industry benefactors. Income aids the research, teaching and service programs/facilities in the Department.
Electrical Engineering Chair's Discretionary Fund
Chair's Fund for emerging priorities
Electrical Engineering Outreach Project Fund
For special projects in Electrical Engineering
K.Y. Tang Memorial Fund (607108)
Established July 17, 1964, by the Columbus Section/American Institute of Electrical Engineers, in memory of Dr. Tang. Income supports the Department of Electrical Engineering.