The Marvin Roush Fellowship: Supporting the Next Generation of Reliability Engineers

Professor Emeritus Marvin Roush (Ph.D. '64, physics) created the core risk and reliability curriculum in the late 80s, which later developped into the Center for Risk and Reliability (CRR). Since then, CRR has trained over 470 reliability engineers. Dr. Roush's impressive legacy continues through a fellowship program named after him, which provides reliability engineering students the financial support needed to achieve their educational dreams.

More on Dr. Roush's pioneering work can be found here.

If you would like to honor Dr. Roush’s legacy by contributing to this important educational work, here is how you can donate. 


Published June 28, 2021