UH Manoa College of Engineering receives gift from SAIC
Fellowship award from San Diego-based company adds to Industrial Affiliates ProgramUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
UH Manoa College of Engineering
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa‘s College of Engineering has received a gift of $25,000 from Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC, NYSE: SAI] to support graduate student fellowships.
"SAIC is honored to participate in UH Mānoa‘s College of Engineering Industrial Affiliates Program," said Trey Smith, SAIC president of the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Group. "SAIC‘s Fellowship Award will expand the strong relationship we have with UH to advance and apply science, technology and engineering knowledge."
College of Engineering Dean Peter Crouch said, "We are fortunate to be able to nurture mutually supportive relationships with private industry partners such as SAIC to assure access to cutting edge technology and current industry practices. We are grateful for this expression of confidence in our students, faculty and programs."
In addition to joint research projects with the College of Engineering, SAIC supports the UH Institute for Astronomy‘s PanSTARRS telescope program, Maui High Performance Computing Center operations and other projects with the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology.
SAIC is a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and solutions to all branches of the U.S. military, agencies of the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other U.S. Government civil agencies, as well as to customers in selected commercial markets. With more than 43,000 employees in over 150 cities worldwide, SAIC engineers and scientists solve complex technical challenges requiring innovative solutions for customers‘ mission-critical functions. SAIC had annual revenues of $7.8 billion for its
fiscal year ended January 31, 2006.
SAIC: FROM SCIENCE TO SOLUTIONS™
The company employs about 500 workers in Hawaiʻi and provides a broad spectrum of capabilities, including architecture design, systems engineering, information technology, information systems engineering, integration and operations, network systems, sensor technology development, simulation and modeling, security services, shipboard maintenance and high performance computing.