The Marvin Roush Fellowship in Risk and Reliability

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Dr. Marvin Roush, a pioneer in the field of reliability engineering, created an educational program in the late 80s that later became the Center for Risk and Reliability (CRR). Since 1991, CRR has trained over 470 reliability engineers. The Marvin Roush Fellowship was created in his honor, to support the next generation of reliability engineers. You can help continue this important educational work by donating to the Roush Fellowship today. Every donation, of any amount, goes toward creating more research and development opportunities for our current students.

The program currently has over 30 graduate students and 6 laboratories conducting cutting-edge research within the Center for Risk and Reliability.

Here is how you can donate.

Thank you for your continuing support and consideration.

Published December 2, 2020