University of Wisconsin Madison College of Engineering
Cheerleaders riding the Bucky Wagon in the homecoming parade, 2008.

The recently renovated, spirited Bucky Wagon is a restored 1932 La France fire engine, donated in 1971 to the Wisconsin Alumni Association by Jay J. and Norma Normington.

 

Greetings to alumni and friends of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. The service you provide to our current and future students is inspiring. Your continued interest in the department guides us. Your generosity supports scholarships, fellowships, and named professorships. Thank you on behalf of the entire department.

 

Students who graduate from our department do not end their relationship with us upon leaving our doors. You become part of a lifelong, connected community. Send us your news — or questions — anytime.

 

We're working on education-to-career profiles that illustrate to prospective students (undergraduate or graduate) what future career options are made possible with a UW-Madison IE degree. To help with this project, tell us:(1) What degree(s) did you obtain from our department? (2) In what ways do you recall and value your education at UW-Madison and the ISyE department? (3) What is your current job, and how does it allow you to make an impact and a difference in the lives of others? (4) How did your UW-Madison education prepare you to end up where you are now? Please send your answers to bsmattmi@engr.wisc.edu.

 

Through your gifts, we have sponsored many excellent students and faculty with scholarships, fellowships or named professorships. Just as importantly, your contributions have enabled us to nurture a spirit of lifelong community by sponsoring the formation of a graduate student lounge, CEE undergraduate student events and alumni receptions around the country.

 

On Wisconsin!

 

Our fund-raising priorities

  • Fostering Undergraduate Excellence, by giving students greater exposure to innovation, hands-on learning and global experience

  • Promoting Access and Affordability, through the UW-Madison and College of Engineering Great People scholarship initiative

  • Developing Cross-Cutting Research Excellence, by seeking private investments in research areas such as energy and sustainability, healthcare and manufacturing

  • Enriching the Pipeline of Future Engineers, through programs that inspire and prepare middle- and high-school students for success as engineers

Browse our directory of fund-specific giving opportunities to focus your contribution, or check the list of departmental donations.

 

Visit donate.engr.wisc.edu to make a gift that benefits the College of Engineering. To learn about opportunities for partnerships in our latest campaigns for excellence, please contact Ann Leahy or Brian Mattmiller.

 

Thank you for supporting the College of Engineering.