Giving to the CMSE
The Difference Between Appreciation and Action
People who know the A. James Clark School of Engineering and the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering can be counted on to truly appreciate what the School and the Center have done for them. It might be an alumna who recognizes the School and the Center's role in launching her professional career or an executive who values the consistent stream of well-trained engineers produced by the School and Center to satisfy his company's personnel needs.
But people who take action--who become donors--also recognize what they can do for the Clark School and the Center for Minorities. They realize that the School and Center's continuing rapid progress depends on individual and organizational donors committed to providing crucial funding beyond the commitment supplied by public sources. They realize that their gifts--no matter how much--always matter.
The Gift Process
The process of making a gift is simple: