Engineering Fellowship Programs at Harvey Mudd College have been created to emphasize the core values of professional practice and hands-on experiential learning in an educational environment. Students in these programs gain exposure to state of-the-art techniques and equipment as well as experience in technical writing and professional presentations. The unique faculty adviser-donor-student relationship sets up a rich mentoring environment for everyone involved.
Engineering Fellowship Programs
Clay-Wolkin Fellowship in Electrical Engineering was founded in 2006 and is named in memory of the famous and fun-loving Mudder Jay Wolkin ’99.
De Pietro Fellowship In Civil Engineering was created in 1998 by brothers Robert (’69) and Dennis De Pietro in honor of their parents.
The Engman Fellowship Program In Bioengineering was founded in 2005 by Robert and Mary Jane Engman, who own Opto 22 in Temecula, CA.
The Patton and Claire Lewis Fellowship Program was created in 2008 by Malcolm Lewis ’69 and his wife, Cynthia, in honor of Malcolm’s parents.
The Henry E. and Gayle Riggs Fellowship in Engineering Management