College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Meeting the demand for science and technology
Impact of Giving
A grant from the Keck Foundation helped launch an undergraduate research project to study the American River.
Ways to Give
Finding solutions for the issues of the 21st century—energy, healthcare, food safety, the environment—will require contributions from the best and brightest minds. Students from College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics graduate with the most up-to-date skills available in their fields: biology students study cutting-edge stem cell research, geology students have access to the largest on-campus water well field in the country as well as the American River, chemistry students are invited to present original research papers at national conferences.
The College is also committed to bringing more of the region’s most promising students into the fields of science and technology by providing access to educational opportunities most won’t find at large research universities. And we’ve partnered with the area’s primary- and secondary-education leaders to get schoolchildren interested in science and math at an early age.
You can give the gift of education by supporting:
The Dean's Leadership Circle, which allows Dean Jill Trainer to fund emerging needs or unique opportunities such as the "Commit to Study" study areas in Sequoia Hall
Endowed funds that offer programs and scholarships sustainable support
For more information about the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, please contact:
Director of Development