Carnegie Mellon University

Celebrate 50 Years By Giving Back!

It's hard to believe that it has been 50 years since we walked the halls of GSIA. In honor of this special milestone and in memory of your GSIA experience and education, join together in support of the Tepper School.

This year, we challenged our class to reach 35% class gift participation. Thanks to your support, we met our goal of 17 Class of 1974 Tepper School donors! 

Since we met our goal prior to Reunion Weekend, we unlocked $25,000 to the Tepper School Annual Fund sponsored by an anonymous classmate!

Fundraising Progress

  • Goal: 17 Donors

  • 20 Class Donors

  • $75,089 Raised


We exceeded our goal!

Make a One-Time Class Gift!







*A gift of $2,500 or more qualifies you for membership in the W.L. Mellon Society, the Tepper School's society for our most generous donors. Membership benefits include listing within the Tepper School on our donor board, invitations to exclusive events and communications, and membership in the CMU Andrew Carnegie Society.

GSIA 1974 Class Gift Campaign

We encourage you to support a Tepper priority fund for our class campaign. The Tepper School priority funds are budget-relieving funds that allow the administration to operate sustainably and support the top needs of our students and faculty.

The Tepper School Annual Fund supports areas of greatest need at the school including student financial aid, student engagement experiences (like clubs, Basecamp, and the Accelerate Leadership Center), and alumni engagement opportunities like lifelong learning webinars.

Tepper School Fellowships and other awards make a Tepper School education possible for our diverse and high-quality students by reducing the financial burden of tuition.

Tepper Faculty Initiatives support the school’s esteemed faculty research and teaching programs. Tepper faculty research is at the forefront of the intersection of business and societally relevant issues like healthcare, sustainability, blockchain, and more. Their expertise adds depth to their courses and fosters MBA graduates ready to tackle real business problems.

Help your GSIA Class of 1974 leave a positive legacy for current and future students by making a class gift contribution today.

GSIA Class of 1974 Reunion Committee

Bob Friedman
Class Gift Chair

Ted Fetterman

Stuart Scantlebury

Class of 1974 Donors: Thank You for Your Gift!

Otohei Arai

Martin Cohn

Robert Devlin

Ted Fetterman

Robert Friedman

Michael Gilboy

David Harris

Bruce Hoffman

Bruce Jacobs

Mark Kristof

Richard Marquard

Elaine Mittleman

David Obarski

Joel Rosenberg

Russell Rubin

Robert Sakai

Peter Saretsky

Stuart Scantlebury

Richard Sirow

Susumu Yasuma