Your generous donation can create a life-changing experience for one of the many outstanding students in the Department. Whether it is to support a student through a scholarship, to help a student defray the costs of a Field Course experience in Ireland, to assist a student with an undergraduate research project, or to help the Department bring leading scholars to JMU for our seminar series, your contributions can enrich the academic experience of our students in many ways.
If you would like to make a contribution to a Department fund or scholarship, simply click on a GIVE NOW button to be redirected to JMU's Online Giving website, or you may contact Bill McAnulty, JMU Development Officer.
Or, perhaps you would consider returning to JMU to share your work or life experiences in a class, seminar, or student organization meeting. Please contact us and keep us up to date on where you are and what you are doing, and please consider one of the giving opportunities below.
Thank you for supporting our outstanding students!
Department of Geology and Environmental Science Foundation Account
Supports many academically-enriching activities, including bringing scholars to the Department, supporting undergraduate research, and sending students to professional meetings
Geology Field Course Fund
Supports field courses that are vital to our undergraduate programs, such as the JMU Geology Field Course currently taught in Ireland
The Alison MacDonald-Doherty Scholarship
For outstanding undergraduate research in Geology and Environmental Science
The Catherine King-Frazier Scholarship
In recognition of outstanding achievement in academics by the most promising new major
The Cullen Sherwood Scholarship
In recognition of a commitment to pursuing a geology focused career
The Dr. Roddy V. Amenta Memorial Scholarship Endowment
In recognition of an outstanding undergraduate scholar in the Dept. of Geology and Environmental Science
The Wilbur T. Harnsberger Field Geology Scholarship
Partial support of field course tuition for an outstanding Geology major
The William Frangos Memorial Endowment
In recognition of excellence in geophysics and quantitative environmental science