Impact of Giving
Whether you support qualified students through need-based scholarships, research that leads to life-saving cancer treatments, or the construction of world-class facilities like the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, your gift is making a real difference in the lives of real people.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is furthering its commitment to enrolling talented Georgia students from low-income families by expanding the G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Program to include even more students with financial need.
"The proposal works with transformation, reflection, mosaics, networks, and tension to create a piece that highlights both the individual and the movement."
"Tech has cool programs where they think about how you apply these skills to the real world, and that's something that makes me want to keep giving back to Georgia Tech."
The H. Bruce McEver Chair in Archaeological Science and Technology establishes a first-time presence for Georgia Tech in working to develop and apply new technologies to advance the field of archeological science.
"I believe in investing in people, in the intersection of technology and business, and in Georgia Tech. My intent is to benefit bright students, women athletes, and future Tech entrepreneurs."
"Jim Pope’s fellowship program will allow us to attract the best of our faculty and train them in entrepreneurial methodologies and curriculum.”
"This is a particularly exciting gift, as it will impact the areas of health and medicine in ISyE and BME, expanding the level of expertise and creating an increased synergy between the two disciplines.”
“When we established the first scholarships, we thought they would capture all qualified candidates — and objectively, they have — but this past year, with the reality of systemic racism so apparent, we wanted to do something more focused.”
“Endowed chairs are foundational to building a strong faculty.”
“I think this new scholarship will open some doors, and I hope it will allow more students from Puerto Rico to attend Georgia Tech.”
“This latest commitment will provide additional annual strategic revenue for both programs to recruit and develop student-athletes who will compete for ACC and national championships.”
“To get great players, you need great facilities. A few years ago, the baseball facilities were upgraded, and with Phase 2, our facilities will rival any school in the ACC.”
Philanthropy Quarterly Archives
Philanthropy Quarterly is a quarterly publication from Georgia Tech’s Development Office that highlights the generosity and commitment of the Institute’s alumni and friends.