Why Give Now

Students at graduation ceremony

Now is the time to build on great momentum in the School. Help us prepare the bright students coming to ChBE for the challenges of the future.

How Your Gift Helps Students

• Merit- and need-based undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships ensure that no qualified student misses out on a Georgia Tech education.

• With ample support to recruit top faculty, ChBE can attract the best scholars and teacher.

How Your Gift Helps Your Community

Our engineers contribute to key industries that affect everyone’s quality of life today, as well as the world of tomorrow. Georgia Tech alumni, faculty, and students have a hand in the ingredients and finished products that lead to a cleaner environment, efficient and alternative fuels, breakthrough medical technologies, user-friendly microelectronics, a more healthful food supply, and safe household and personal products (like cosmetics and cleaners) for you and your family.

Recognition of Gifts

It is important to ChBE that current students know who is investing in and supporting them. Several recognition opportunities are available.

Ways to Give

Gifts to the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering may be in the form of cash, securities, real estate, or personal property. Many individuals also contribute using planned gifts, including, but not limited to: charitable remainder trusts, lead trusts, and gift annuities; the pooled income fund; bequest provisions; and life insurance. These are all excellent ways to benefit Georgia Tech and ChBE while fulfilling philanthropic goals and possibly achieving financial planning or tax benefits.

To inquire about making a gift in support of the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, contact:
Lauren M. Kennedy
Director of Development (Individuals & Foundations)
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and
School of Materials Science & Engineering
Phone: 404-894-6345
Email: lauren.kennedy@mse.gatech.edu
Donna Peyton
Director of Corporate Development
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and
School of Materials Science & Engineering
Direct: (404) 894-0987
Cell: (404) 884-4880