Donor Recognition

We at EECS extend our thanks to the generous donors listed below, who made gifts to the Department this year.

We have attempted to list all donors of $100 or more to EECS for Fiscal Year 2005 (July 1, 2004-June 30, 2005), unless anonymity was requested. Although care has been taken in the preparation of these lists, some errors or omissions may have occurred; for these we extend our sincere apologies. If you designated your gift to the EECS Department and your name has been omitted or incorrectly listed, please bring the error to our attention.

All donor recognition categories are exclusive of corporate matching gifts. (* deceased)

Looking up - at the Stata Center Dreyfoos Tower's Budha and Star buildings, May 5, 2005.

Looking up - at the Stata Center Dreyfoos Tower's Budha and Star buildings, May 5, 2005.

COURSE VI CAMPAIGN LEADERS

$1,000,000 or more donated during the 1997- 2004 Calculated Risks/Creative Revolutions Campaign for MIT

3COM Founders
Analog Devices Inc
Roger J. Bamford 1977
Estate of Frank and Irene Gormley Bleil
Morris Chang 1952/Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg. Co.
Bruce Cheng
Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr., 1954
Esther M. Edgerton* W 1927
Bert E. 1966 & Candace Forbes
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Herbert E.* 1933 and Dorothy Grier W 1933
William R. Hewlett* 1936
Intel Corporation
Charlene 1979 & Derry Kabcenell 1975
Steven T. 1978 & Michèle Kirsch
Emanuel E. Landsman 1958
Lockheed Martin
James M. Mikkelson 1970
Frederick W. & Charlotte P. Ostermayer*
Suhas S. Patil 1967
Siebel Systems Inc
Raymond S. 1957 & Maria Stata
TIBCO Founders
Louis R. Tomasetta, Jr. 1970
Andrew J. Viterbi 1956
Patrick & Lucy Chen Wang P 2002, 2004
William J.* 1948 & Barbara J. Weisz W 1948

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