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Office of Development

Aggie Engineers Dot the Nation

Being an Aggie engineer isn’t just about studying in Cache Valley, it’s about making your mark in Puget Sound, Silicon Valley, or the Beltway. And Utah State’s impact isn’t just nationwide — it’s worldwide. Thank you for representing your alma mater wherever your career has taken you!

map of aggie engineers across the country

Recently I visited with a retired Aggie engineer who made his career in Pullman, Washington. Listening to his energy and interest, you’d never know he’s well into his 90s. He and his family love USU and are eager to make the most of their investments by creating a generous scholarship for graduate students in the two colleges he and his wife graduated from — engineering and education.

To help engage alumni scattered across the nation, Kade Burnham has joined the College of Engineering as a new development officer. He will be working with alumni from Southern California, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. As an avid Aggie, he brings a passion for all things Utah State and is eager to connect with alumni.

Our development office would love to speak to you about your ideas for engagement with the College of Engineering and Utah State University. We are here to help you accomplish your philanthropic goals and provide gratifying gift and engagement experiences. Please contact us about your vision and let us help ensure your gift is awardable, impactful, and provides meaningful return on your philanthropic investment. Go, Aggies!

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David Kunz

David Kunz,
Senior Director of Development
’00, Public Relations

435-797-8012 |

Kade Burnham

Kade Burnham,
Development Officer
’16, Finance & Economics

435-797-0769 |

Reasons to Give

Your gift will have a significant impact in the lives of our students. Here's what they're saying about how scholarship funding improved their College of Engineering experience.

Crystal Fowler

   “I am grateful for the scholarship I received because it gives me the opportunity to devote more time to my studies and get involved in the College of Engineering. I’m so grateful for the opportunities I’ve had here at Utah State, and this scholarship has made it possible for me to attend.”

- Crystal Fowler
Mechanical Engineering
Calvin G. and Brigitta S. Clyde Scholarship

Thomas Bradshaw

   "This scholarship helps me be at ease with my financial situation. Both my wife and I are studying at Utah State, and we can only work part time. We are so grateful to receive this scholarship because it will help pay for my education while money is tight. This way I can support the family I dream of having in the future."

-Thomas Bradshaw
Electrical Engineering
W. Brent & Beverley J. Robinson Scholarship