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The Jenny H. and Otto F. Krauss Charitable Foundation Trust has recently provided another gift to further support the Jenny H. Krauss and Otto F. Krauss Foundation Scholarship Fund for Outstanding Systems Students, endowed in February 2004. The purpose of this fund is to provide merit-based tuition support for outstanding undergraduate students with financial need, who are studying Control Systems in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. This gift qualifies for the University’s Bicentennial Opportunity Matching Initiative.

As trustees, Dr. Alan F. Krauss (BSE EE ’94), Dr. Frederick G. Krauss (BSE Phys ’63, BSE EE ’64), and Mrs.Virginia D. Krauss have committed this gift on behalf of the Jenny H. and Otto F. Krauss Charitable Foundation Trust.

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