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The University of North Georgia College of Science and Mathematics seeks to be a leader in STEM. 

The STEM CAMPAIGN aims to construct a facility which will provide the flex­ible, immersive spaces needed for student engagement across the STEM fields. An intentional community of STEM majors will form inside this innovative facility designed for transdisciplinary teaching. 

It is a top University priority to build this new facility to serve the mission of educating STEM students from North Georgia’s 30 counties. UNG’s total en­rollment is projected to continue to grow approximately 30 percent over the next ten years. A modern and innovative STEM facility will meet the needs of our growing student body, where over a quarter of entering freshman are STEM majors.

40 million dollars in private support is needed from our community, with the remaining funds for this 78 million dollar facility to be provided by the State of Georgia. Join UNG on this transformative and critical endeavor by supporting the STEM Campaign today!

 
 
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Stem building fund

Donate online to the STEM campaign.

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Naming opportunities

Discover the many opportunities available to name a portion of the new STEM facility.

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Make a Pledge

Schedule payments by making a pledge today.

 

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Stem education 

It is a top University priority to build this new facility to serve the mission of educating STEM students from North Georgia’s 30 counties.

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STEM ADVISORY BOARD

Meet the board members of the STEM campaign. 

 
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"This transdisciplinary curriculum will inspire stem students to pursue and complete their degrees, as well as prepare them for a work environment requiring a broader scientific perspective and experience working in cross-disciplinary teams."

- University of North Georgia College of Science and Mathematics, Dean Michael Bodri

For additional information about funding opportunities for the STEM Campaign, please contact Donna Brazzell at 706.867.2801 or donna.brazzell@ung.edu