There are many opportunities still available for the naming of classrooms, conference rooms, and student meeting areas. These funds are then used at the discretion of the School chair for programs and initiatives that are in need of additional funding, or for establishing new cutting-edge programs.
Unlike endowments, current operating funds are available for use in the year they are received. Gifts and grants designated to the School but unrestricted therein support core academic and programmatic needs as well as provide seed funds for emerging academic initiatives. Restricted gifts and grants may support a variety of initiatives within the School, including but not limited to: faculty research, undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships, faculty enrichment, upgrade of facilities and equipment.
Ways to Give
There are many ways in which you can make a gift to the Georgia Tech Foundation in support of the School of Materials Science and Engineering. To learn more, contact:
Mary Z. McEneaney
Director of Development
or by email at: email@example.com.
Your contribution will help to ensure a better future for our children and our planet.