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.

Parent giving provides the opportunity for families to have meaningful conversations while supporting the Institute and its mission.

On Sept. 8, current and former George Fellowship recipients gathered with Bill George, Sean Malone, and H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering faculty for an afternoon "T."

"Technology has become the great equalizer. It allows creative people another form of expressing music even if they're not proficient in any particular instrument."

"Education changed both of our lives, and Tech opened so many doors for us. We see the value of education for everyone."

Georgia Tech and Hyundai Motor Company recently announced a multidecade partnership as part of Hyundai's investments in the state of Georgia.

"At The Coca-Cola Foundation, we are confident that this investment will create lasting impact in the lives of students and their communities, fostering a brighter future for all involved."

Bryant appreciates how the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry does an excellent job of educating and connecting people in the field. Because of this, Bryant and his wife, Anne, directed endowed support to the School.

"The Center is dedicated to building collaboration across sectors, including nonprofits, universities, startups, and corporations, and aims to bring greater awareness to entrepreneurs as an integral part of the local economy."

"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 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 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.



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.