Fund a Fellowship/Scholarship

Alumni endowments and donations in the form of fellowships provide a great source of funding for our graduate students, especially in the light of rising education expenses. Donations are graciously accepted to ensure our ability to support additional students in the future. 

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Support a Fellowship

  • Class of 1962 Fellowship
    This fund was spear-headed by members in the CEE Class of 1962 to recognize excellence in teaching and help provide support.
  • Donald P. Belcher Master of Engineering Fellowship
    CEE Professor Donald P. Belcher was a world-known expert in airphoto interpretation, landform analysis, and remote sensing. Belcher taught in the School from 1947-1976. Students who knew Professor Belcher started this fund in 2000, when Professor Belcher was 89-years old, to honor him and his career.
  • Gerald Burns Fellowship (in Engineering Management)
    Gerald Burns received a bachelors degree from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering in 1977.  He was Managing Editor of Engineering News Record (ENR) at the time of his unforeseen death in September 1992. This fund was established in his memory.
  • Walter R. Lynn Environmental and Water Resources Systems Master of Engineering Award
    The late Professor Emeritus Walter Lynn was internationally well known for his application of systems analysis methods to wastewater treatment plant design and financing. This award provides financial support to students enrolled in the M.Eng. in Civil and Environmental Engineering program.
  • Larry Mains Class of 1924 Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to a student chosen by the Director of Graduate Studies
  • Laurance Squire Scholarship
    This fund was established in honor of Walter Laurance Squire, Class of 1910.
  • Louise and William Mullestein Master of Engineering Fellowship
    A Civil Engineering graduate in the Class of 1932, William Mullestein was a varsity coxswain for the rowing team while at Cornell. He had an outstanding career in leadership positions with Iron and Steel Institute in New York, and the Construction Division of the War Production Board in Washington D.C.  In 1944, he joined Lukens Steel Company, retiring from them in 1978 as Chairman and CEO.
  • McGuire Master of Engineering Fellowship
    This fellowship was started when Professor William “Bill” McGuire retired from a 40-year distinguished teaching career in Civil Engineering.
  • Michael S. Rolband Masters of Engineering Fellowship
    This fellowship was started in 2000 by alumnus Michal S. Rolband BS '80, ME(C) '81, MBA '82, to "pay it forward" and help support the educational goals of future CEE students to come. Rolband started his own company called Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. in 1991 and a predecessor firm in 1988. 
  • Robertson/See Master of Engineering Fellowship
    Husband-and-wife team Leslie Robertson and SawTeen See BS '77, M.Eng. '78 are both structural engineers in their company, Leslie E. Robertson Associates, R.L.L.P., in New York City.
  • Roy H. Ritter Fellowship
    Roy H. Ritter graduated with a B.C.E. degree in 1930. His son, C. Willis Ritter, started this fellowship in honor of his father's distinguished career as a civil engineer in public works engineering in Maryland and Virginia.