The University of Notre Dame has received a grant of $30,000 from Honeywell Aerospace for use in the University’s MBA, Minority Engineering, Women’s Engineering, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering programs.
The grant was presented Monday (Aug. 16) to Notre Dame’s president, Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C., by Peg Billson, vice president and general manger of Honeywell Aircraft Landing Systems (ALS).
Notre Dame and Honeywell have a long partnership that includes a five-year research alliance for high-temperature composite and high-performance brake materials. The alliance is a $1.28 million association that includes five Honeywell Graduate Fellows and the appointment of a visiting research professor in the College of Engineering.
Based in South Bend, Honeywell ALS is an industry leader in the development of advanced materials, friction technologies and maintenance services for aircraft wheels and brakes, serving the commercial aerospace and military segments.
Contact: Julie Tenney, director of communications, Honeywell ALS, 574-231-2502