MSCF Steve Shreve Fund - 2020
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a gift to the MSCF Steve Shreve fund!
About Steve Shreve
Dr. Steve Shreve, the Orion Hoch University Professor of Mathematical Sciences at CMU, has dedicated the past 25 years of his career to teaching MSCF students in computational finance. Steve has been instrumental in keeping CMU’s course offerings fresh, responsive, and rigorous. To do this, especially in the early years, he had to squeeze time for course development into his already intense teaching and research schedule. To celebrate Professor Shreve and the major impact that he has had on the MSCF program, we created a fund in his honor to support future faculty and students.
The Steven Shreve Endowed Educational Enrichment Fund
To honor Professor Shreve and to recognize his leadership in computational finance, the MSCF program has established an endowed education enrichment fund to support innovations in the program. The goal of this fund is to provide support for young faculty to give them dedicated time for course development or research in computational finance.
Honoring Professor Shreve in this way assures the continual strength of the MSCF degree program at Carnegie Mellon far into the future, helping to sustain its leadership in this important field.
Our goal for this campaign is directly linked to the commitment Steve has made over the years to MSCF:
1734 hours of lecture + 90 MSCF courses
How you can help?
We are working hard to reach the funds endowment level of $250,000, at which time the funds can start to be used to support faculty in creating new curriculum.* Your gift in honor of Chinese New Year will bring great luck and success to this program for years to come should we reach our goals for the Shreve Fund!
*If the $250,000 threshold is not met by 2022, then funding will be used for current-use purposes by MSCF.