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Thank You, Donors

Our department has been the recipient of funding from individuals and foundations. In this era when state and government funding is decreasing, private funding and donation become even more important for our survival and quality programming. This money allows us to support graduate students research and travel, provide professional development for pre-service and in-service teachers, and to maintain some of our existing activities. We are incredibly grateful to our donors of their support of our mission. We are a stronger university because of the fists you make to us and our programs. Thank you!

  • S.D. Bechtel Foundation Supporting clinical elementary science teacher preparation and professional development and supporting laid-off elementary teachers as they earn a middle school science credential
  • The Earl B. and Lorraine H. Miller Foundation Supporting summer science camp programs for homeless children
  • JAPAJAG Supported the summer science camp programs
  • The Martin & Clarisse Clancy Foundation Supported two weeks of science instruction at St. Joseph School
  • Laura Henriques & Alan Colburn Supported scholarships for summer science camp
  • William C. Ritz support of the Ritz Scholarship Fund.
Contributor Title Contributors
Senior Fellow of the College of Natural Science & Mathematics
$5,000 plus
S.D. Bechtel Foundation Packard Foundation
The Earl B and Lorraine H. Miller Foundation
The Martin & Clarisse Clancy Foundation
Principal Fellow of the College of Natural Science & Mathematics
$2,500 - $4,999
 
Associate Fellow of the College of Natural Science & Mathematics
$1,250 2,499
Laura Henriques and Alan Colburn

Our Alumni Step Up! Won't you join them?

Several alumni make contributions each year. Please consider joining them by donating to our department. Larger donations earn you recognition on our Wall of Champions and membership in the CNSM Fellows. Small gifts go a long way as well! A gift of $25 or $50 allows us to do thing that our budget does not allow. For example, we can provide refreshments at our STAR Seminar Events, purchase new books for our resource library, or provide support for graduate students to attend professional conferences. We are grateful to all our donors and encourage you to consider doing what you can to help our department grow.

s.d. bechtel, jr. foundation miller foundation