Margaret A. Ross Fellowship
The spendable income from the Margaret A. Ross Graduate Student Endowment shall be used to support graduate students in the College of Engineering, with a preference for students in the area of semiconductor research and general electronics in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Graduate student support may take the form of fellowships or assistantships, as determined by the College.
Margaret A. Ross established this fund through her estate in 2001. She made generous contributions to the College of Engineering as well as the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). In her honor, the first facility constructed by IFAS was named the Margaret A. Ross Citrus Pathology Laborator
Other Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Giving Opportunities
Engineering Education Peers Mentor Program
Sylvia T. McKenney Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
Intel/Charles E. Young Leadership Chair in Information Technology