Tiger Giving Day is over, but you can still give to the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering here.
NASA robotics competitions are great opportunities for engineering students to put their work to the test by competing with students from schools around the nation, opening doors for networking and collaboration.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is proud to have many student groups represent Auburn Engineering at these competitions, including the Aero and Astro Robotics Club and Auburn LunaBotics. These two student groups have partnered this Tiger Giving Day to raise money for their upcoming competitions, the RASC-AL and LunaBotics competitions, respectively.
Your gift today would provide prototyping tools, equipment, building materials and travel costs for students to participate in these competitions. Your support is essential to these innovative projects.
Participating in a student robotics team gives Auburn Engineering students a chance to work on a project from start to finish in a collaborative setting. Students apply their classroom learning in a tangible way.
By participating in national competitions, these students increase visibility for the Auburn Engineering program nationally, as well as increase interest in the aerospace and space industries among Auburn students.
Thank you and War Eagle!