Giving to the Center

The Center is on the brink of its most important work.  Our growth to this point has been life-changing for the students and teachers involved.  Now our focus shifts to a broader mandate: to use our resources to help the nation preserve its technological leadership.

We’re extremely proud of our successes over the past 15 years.  Thanks to generous funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, and other sources, many thousands of students and teachers benefited from our programs and fellowships.  We have been able to develop unique opportunities continually as a result of consistent grant support.

You can help us advance to the next level of success.  Gifts from our friends are paramount in achieving the high goals we have set for ourselves – and surpassing them.  And making a gift is a powerful way to transform lives, in this generation and the next.  Giving opportunities range from support for a new building to smaller donations to support our efforts.  Some of the opportunities are listed below.  We invite you to participate. 

Opportunity Donation
Building for the Center for Science and Mathematics Education 
$25,000,000
Endowed Chairs for Science and/or Mathematics Education
1,500,000
Laboratory
100,000
Teaching Fellowship
10,000
Undergraduate Scholarship
10,000
High School Research Fellowship
3,000
Other Donations
Any  Amount

Please contact our office for additional information.

Telephone:  631-632-9750
Fax:  631-632-9791

e-mail: 
cesame@stonybrook.edu



 

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DEADLINES

December 5: Registration deadline for the Protein Modeling Challenge

January 15: Applications for Ph.D. program in Science Education for Fall 2015 semester

January 28: Registration deadline for North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO)

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

*NEW* High School Applied Math Program - Fall and/or Spring semesters   

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October 31: Astronomy Open Night - "Cosmic Explosions" (Dr. Rosalba Perna)

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