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Today, your gift to the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering has the opportunity to make an even bigger impact.
Gordon Niva ('73) and Susan Lahr ('75) have generously agreed to give $5,000 to the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering if we reach 50 donors to the college on August 30 - One Day for STATE.
Jackrabbits love a good challenge - so let's pull together to make a difference!
Once the first challenge is met, let's keep the momentum! The Dean's Advisory Council for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering will provide $7,000 if an additional 50 donors make a contribution to the college on August 30.
Let's rally together to make an impact on our campus.
Your gift provides support to the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering to help meet highest needs within the college, such as:
Any gift, of any size, really can make an impact for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. For example, gifts in these amounts may provide:
Gordon Niva and Susan Lahr both attended Frederick High School in Brown County, SD, but they never dated until they started attending SDSU.
Susan graduated from the College of Pharmacy in 1975; Gordon graduated from State in 1973, majoring in Engineering Physics and Chemistry. They married in 1975, while Gordon was attending graduate school at the University of Nebraska. Their giving reflects their interests while on campus: Pharmacy, Engineering and the Hobo Day Gallery. A fun fact - Gordon was a Hobo Day Committee member and has the distinction of having served as “Weary Wil.”
The Dean's Advisory Council members are engineering alumni, employers and business leaders that donate their time and talents to the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. This group represents local, regional and international firms that look to SDSU and the Lohr College of Engineering for highly qualified engineering graduates and research advancements. These individuals and companies are some of the best supporters of the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering.