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Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation

PEF Board of Directors

Officers

President
William Bryan, PE
Ansys Inc

Vice President
Walter Poplawski, PE
A & E Group Inc

Treasurer
Richard Mulford, PE

PEF Trustees

Joseph Boward, PE
Garvin Boward Engineering Inc

Ed Gourley, PE
Larson Design Group

Michael Basta, PE

Susan Best, PE

James DiLouie, PE
PA Turnpike Commission

Betty Lou Waldner

Judy Bixler


Contact the Board
717.441.6051

Support Tomorrow’s Engineers

With your support, both MATHCOUNTS and scholarships will continue to lay the groundwork for up and coming engineers. Thanks to all who have contributed to the Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation

The Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation oversees Pennsylvania MATHCOUNTS and the Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation Scholarships. MATHCOUNTS and the PEF scholarships help nurture future engineers.

MATHCOUNTS
For more than 35 years the Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation has coordinated the state MATHCOUNTS competition.  Students from 6th, 7th, and 8th grade advance from regional competitions to the state level, competing for the chance to advance to the National MATHCOUNTS competition.

SCHOLARSHIPS
The Foundation has also granted thousands of dollars in much needed scholarship funding to engineering students. With your help, PEF can continue to award $2,000 scholarships annually. The next PEF scholarship may even support the engineer who will be groomed for your position and allow you to retire…

Please make a personal contribution today. With your support, PEF will continue to give academically gifted students important learning adventure, and hone their problem solving skills – critical assets for a successful engineer!

Thank you for your continued support of tomorrow’s engineers.

Click here for a donation form and send your contributions payable to:

Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation
908 N 2nd Street
Harrisburg PA 17102

Mission

The Pennsylvania Engineering Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes, including but not limited to such purposes as:

  • The conduct and support of programs for education in engineering subjects, including advanced training and education at professional levels.
  • Granting of scholarships, providing guidance and by other similar means assisting  students to obtain instruction and training engineering and higher education generally.
  • Fostering and preserving the learned profession of engineering as a career.
  • Instruction of the public and dissemination of information beneficial to mankind.

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