You can support the Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences Department by making a financial gift. Please remember that your gift will NOT go to the EEES Department unless you select a specific fund from the list of designations. In addition to the list below, there are several other options available to make a gift and create a legacy at EEES. Please contact Dr. David Freeman, Chair, for more information.
Use our printable form to send in your gift by mail or make a gift online with the Clemson Alumni Association.
Please note: To make an online gift, you will need to register with the Clemson Alumni Association; you do not have to be a Clemson alumnus. Registration is quick and free.
A. Ray Abernathy / Linvil G. Rich Water Environment Association Fellowship Endowment: To support graduate level students who are currently enrolled or accepted to a Masters or Doctoral degree program in Environmental Engineering & Science
Dr. William R. Heatley, Jr. Graduate Assistance Endowment: To provide assistance for graduate students who are majoring in Environmental Engineering and Science.
Thomas Logan, Jr. Geology Merit Award: This award is presented to a senior majoring in Geology with outstanding achievement and possessing personal attributes necessary for success in this discipline.
Environmental Scholars Endowment: To support master or doctoral students in the Environmental Engineering and Sciences
Jean Stillwell Award: This award is given by the Geology faculty to the outstanding junior majoring in Geology.
Graduate Teaching Assistant Award: This award is given to the outstanding teaching assistant for introductory Geology laboratories, as determined by students enrolled in those laboratories.
Gordon McCallum Memorial Endowment: To provide unrestricted funds to the Department of Engineering & Earth Sciences
Dr. David S. Snipes Memorial Student Assistance Endowment: To provide student assistance for graduate students who are majoring in Hydrogeology within the College of Engineering and Science.
Paul K. Birkhead Memorial Scholarship: To award one or more scholarships annually to incoming freshmen enrolling in the College of Engineering & Science and majoring in Geology
Geological Sciences Endowment: To award one or more scholarships annually to incoming freshmen enrolling in the College of Engineering & Science and majoring in Geology
Thomas M. Keinath Endowment in Environmental Engineering & Science: To provide unrestricted funds to the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
Students in Lab
For more information about giving to EEES, contact:
Dr. David Freedman, Chair
Rich Lab, Research Park
Anderson, SC 29625
For general information about giving and donors, please contact Doug Gray in the Office of Development.
Office of Development
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