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Dieters Establish Undergrad Scholarship

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Dieters Establish Undergrad Scholarship

George Dieter, former Clark School dean.
George Dieter, former Clark School dean.

With a gift of $200,000. former Clark School dean George E. Dieter and his wife Nancy have established a merit-based scholarship for a mechanical engineering student involved in the Women in Engineering Program. The scholarship will be named in honor of their daughter, Barbara, who passed away from cancer before the age of 30.

"The Dieters' generous gift will help the department recognize and reward the growing numbers of academically brilliant female undergraduate students in mechanical engineering," said Avram Bar-Cohen, chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. "This is one of the most urgent needs facing the Department today."

To learn more about the Great Expectations campaign and how you can make a difference in the Clark School’s progress, please contact Steve Beeland.

May 31, 2007


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"The Dieters' generous gift will help the department recognize and reward the growing numbers of academically brilliant female undergraduate students in mechanical engineering. This is one of the most urgent needs facing the Department today."



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