SEI Futures Fund

  • Give to the Future of Structural Engineering

    SEI Futures Fund logo and taglineHelp advance the art, science, and practice of structural engineering with a gift to the SEI Futures Fund. SEI undertakes a broad range of activities which build a brighter future for our profession. Because some of these activities fall outside the SEI annual operating budget, we need philanthropic support from individuals and organizations.

  • Your gift will help us impact strategic initiatives established by the SEI Futures Fund Board of Directors:

    • Promote student interest in structural engineering
    • Support younger-member involvement in SEI
    • Provide opportunities for professional development
    • Invest in the future of the structural engineering profession


    Show your leadership within the profession and  give generously to the SEI Futures Fund. Your contribution, combined with those of your colleagues, will create robust financial support that will strengthen SEI efforts to build a vibrant community of structural engineers.

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    Where Your Gifts Go

    • For 2015, the SEI Futures Fund will provide $17,100 in funding to the following worthy programs: 
    • SEI Vision for the Future: Stakeholder Workshop for the Reform of Structural Engineering Education - 47%
    • Registration Scholarships for 10 Young Professionals to participate at Structures Congress - 23%
    • Student Structural Design Competition: Registration for 3 finalist teams to participate and present their projects for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place at Structures Congress - 18%
    • Funded ASCE Continuing Education Webinar for SEI Chapters to provide professional development locally - 12%

    About the SEI Futures Fund

    Launched in 2013, as the successor to the SEI Endowment Fund, the SEI Futures Fund leverages philanthropic contributions to help vital SEI activities and initiatives move forward. The Futures Fund is managed by its own Board of Directors, who are charged with oversight of the Fund including determining which programs to support.

    100% of your gift will benefit the SEI Futures Fund, free of any administrative burden. The Fund partners with the ASCE Foundation, also a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, to leverage their expertise in managing philanthropic gifts. Your contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law, and an acknowledgement and receipt will be provided.

    SEI Futures Fund Supporters' Cumulative Giving
    (2004-present)

    Thank you to all the individuals and organizations that have generously supported both the SEI Endowment and SEI Futures Fund, a partnership with the  ASCE FoundationThe following list is in recognition of their total lifetime giving to both.

    Name* indicates current supporters (December 2013 - present).

    Giving Clubs:

    Founders
    ($20,000+ impact gift payable over 1-3 years)
    John L. & Karen E. Carrato*

    James Laurie Visionary Circle
    ($5,000 initial gift with an ongoing commitment of 1,000+ annually)
    Glenn & Judy Bell*
    Alfred Benesch & Company*
    Kate & David Cocke*
    Sarmad (Sam) & Ina Rihani*
    Severud Associates*

    Cumulative giving:

    $10,000-19,999
    Stan R. & Jane A. Caldwell*  
    John L. & Karen E. Carrato*
    Severud Associates*
    Weidlinger Associates

    $5,000-9,999
    Alfred Benesch & Company*
    ATC Endowment Fund 
    Glenn & Judy Bell*
    David & Monica Biggs*
    Kate & David Cocke*
    Neil M. & S. Ann Hawkins 
    Sarmad (Sam) & Ina Rihani*
    Simpson Gumpertz & Heger*
    SSFM International 
    Walter P Moore & Associates

    $2,500-4,999
    Brander Construction Technology*
    Brandow & Nastar, Inc.*
    Computers & Structures, Inc.*

    Jeremy Isenberg* 
    Odeh Engineers *
    Jon A Schmidt*
    Dennis & Nancy Tewksbury*

    $1,000-2,499  
    Robert E. Bachman *
    William F. Baker*
    Gary Y.K. Chock*
    Degenkolb Engineers 
    Donald O. Dusenberry*
    Frank H. Eaton
    James R. Harris 
    Andrew W. Herrmann*
    Ronald J. LaMere 
    Daniel L. Lavrich
    Jon D. Magnusson*
    Dennis R. Mertz *
    Chris D. Poland *
    SEI Philadelphia Chapter 
    J.G. (Greg) Soules*
    John Tawresey

    $500-999
    CH2M Hill 
    John W. Fisher*
    Roberto T. Leon*  
                                
    Om Dixit   
    Robert T. Ratay
    Stephen S. Szoke

    $250-499
    Anonymous 
    Hamid R. Adib 
    Randall P. Bernhardt*
    Franklin Y. Cheng 
    W. Gene Corley 
    Joseph G. DiPompeo*
    Bruce R. Ellingwood*
    Theodore V. Galambos 
    John M. Kulicki
    Michael J. O'Rourke*
    Max L. Porter*

    Harry B. Thomas*
    William A. Welsh, Jr.

    $100-249
    Mihran & Elizabeth Agbabian 
    Joseph M. Ales, Jr.  
    William C. Bracken*
    Maurice Brunet*
    J. Mark D'Amato*
    Sheila R. Duwadi*

    Gary H. Elzweig*
    Phillip L. Gould*
    Jennifer L. Goupil*
    Jerome F. Hajjar*

    Win Naing Htun*
    Theresa E. Jablonski*
    Carl H. Josephson*

    Robert Navarro*
    Rawn Nelson 
    Robert C Sinn*
    Scott B. Thompson*
    Silky Wong*

    $1-99
    Suzanne Fisher*
    Fluor Corporation *

    Sustainers
    (monthly recurring gift) 

    J.G. (Greg) Soules*

  • Ways to give

    Make your gift securely online

    Give by sending a check to: 
    SEI Futures Fund 
    c/o  ASCE Foundation
    1801 Alexander Bell Drive
    Reston, Virginia, 20191

    Questions about making a gift? 
    Contact  Natalie Zundel or 703-295-6347

  • SEI Futures Fund Board of Directors

    Chair
    Stan R. Caldwell, P.E., SECB, F.SEI, F.AEI, F.ASCE 
    Stan R. Caldwell, P.E.,SECB

    Glenn R Bell, P.E., S.E., F.SEI, F.ASCE
    Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.

    John L. Carrato, P.E., S.E., F.SEI, F.ASCE
    Alfred Benesch & Company

    David W. Cocke, S.E., F.SEI, M.ASCE 
    Structural Focus

    David J. Odeh, P.E., S.E., SECB, F.SEI, M.ASCE 
    Odeh Engineers

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