Frank and Mary Jane Semcer

"...he even turned his birthday into an occasion to create positive change for Stevens."

Meet Frank Semcer 

Frank Semcer, Sr., knows about change. Most of his career, he’s had his sleeves rolled up and has been elbows deep in figuring out how to do things better. And that’s what he expects from and gives to all the Stevens students who have worked at his company, MICRO Stamping in Somerset, New Jersey: hands-on experience figuring out how to do things better.

Investing in Stevens’ Past, Present and Future

Throughout the years, Frank has remained engaged with his alma mater, serving on the Stevens Board of Trustees. In 2013, he even turned his birthday into an occasion to create positive change for Stevens, this time by reaching back into the history of the university and of Western culture.

“The Stevens archives are filled with wonderful historical items from the Stevens family and all around the world. As a birthday gift, my wife Mary Jane sponsored the restoration of ‘De Divina Proportione,’ an influential treatise on geometry, art and architecture written by the Renaissance scholar Luca Pacioli and illustrated by Leonardo da Vinci.”

In 2015, the Semcers gave $5 million to support the Center for Healthcare Innovation.