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You can help the Gallogly College of Engineering through several gift methods. These gifts may be designated to certain programs or unrestricted for use where the need or opportunity is the greatest. Certain methods of giving provide tax or estate planning benefits. The University of Oklahoma Foundation, Inc. staff is available to share expertise in these areas with donors, their attorneys and tax advisers.

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Established in May 2020 in response to COVID-19, the Operation Engineering Emergency Fund for Students ultimately helps students continue their degreeFrom losing part-time jobs and summer internships to family members losing employment, these student's circumstances have made it difficult for many to afford living expenses and food, to commit to enrolling for the fall and more.

To help our students continue towards their engineering goals, we have set up the Operation Engineering Emergency Fund for Students. Through this emergency funding application and review process, more than 50 students have received help. But we need your support to continue helping our students in need.

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The Gallogly College of Engineering encourages gifts to create endowments for student scholarships, graduate fellowships, faculty enrichment and for use by the dean of the College to meet the College's strategic objectives. These gifts are an investment in the future of the Gallogly College of Engineering, providing enduring support for our students, faculty and programs. Endowment gifts are invested wisely and carefully by the University of Oklahoma Foundation Inc. with only the earnings used to support the designated need.

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Through a planned or deferred gift, donors can reach across the generations to touch the future of the University of Oklahoma and its students. A donor may make his or her gift unrestricted so that it can be used in an area where it is needed most, or may designate the gift to benefit a favorite college, department, academic or athletic program. Planned gifts are as unique as each individual who makes one and may be tailored in a way that best serves the donor's needs, objectives, and wishes as well as those of the University of Oklahoma.

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The Gallogly College of Engineering continues to enjoy growth and success in increased enrollment, the academic strength of our students and continued expansion of our research enterprise. Our student teams are competing regionally and nationally. Our facilities are a showcase to the community and a collaborative space for students and faculty. However, in recent years, the College has been impacted by drastic budget cuts resulting in limited discretionary funding. The Felgar Society was implemented as a solution to provide the support that allows our faculty and students to excel.

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Annual Giving is the yearly appeal the Gallogly College of Engineering makes to all alumni for gifts which can be used immediately to meet the College's most strategic needs. Undesignated annual gifts allow the Gallogly College of Engineering to solve problems as they arise, and seize unexpected opportunities. Annual gifts to the College may be made through two primary annual programs.

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Our Advancement team is here to help!

Trish Bloemker Sowers

Email Trish
Cell: (412) 999-9544
CEC 104

Trish is the point of contact for the following areas:

  • Biomedical Engineering 
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science 
  • Data Science  
  • Industrial and Systems 
  • Women in Engineering
Tricia Tramel

Email Tricia
Office: (405) 325-4211 | Cell: (405) 202-6983
CEC 104B

Tricia has worked in the Gallogly College of Engineering for more than 30 years, directing the annual fund efforts. She has helped to create a donor-centered office where she coordinates the college’s stewardship strategy as well as plans and implements special events and programs.

Yvonne Menja

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CEC 104F

Yvonne is a junior majoring in architecture with a minor in psychology. She provides support to the development and communication efforts of the Gallogly College.