One Vision. One Mission. Students First.
Gifts of every size move the University forward.
Invest in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and watch Stockton Ospreys’ research ideas take flight and lead to the innovations of tomorrow. Gifts enable both undergraduate and graduate students to engage in meaningful research, work in laboratory settings and obtain field-based skills that are necessary for success in future employment, as well as understanding and communicating scientific findings to the community at large. The following priorities will be supported through Ospreys Give 2019:
- Dennis Weiss Student Travel Fund — supports travel for students and faculty across scientific disciplines to attend research symposiums, field trips and scientific conferences to present the results of their work.
- Program Support — Under the Dean’s guidance, this fund allocates to areas of priority and need within the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics.
- Scholarships — gifts fund scholarships for deserving students who are studying and seeking a career in the fields of science and mathematics.
- Stockton Science Enrichment Academy — enables NAMS to advance equity and promote opportunities for rising senior high school students, from underrepresented and underserved populations, with scholarships to participate in the Science Enrichment Academy at Stockton. This is a two-week residential learning program in which students are involved in classroom, laboratory and field experiences.
- Student Spaceflight Program (SSEP) — The SSEP is a national Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education initiative that enables students the opportunity to undertake an authentic, highly-visible research experiment with the International Space Station. Donations will fund travel for student participation at the 2019 SSEP Annual National Conference.
Who We Are
The School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NAMS) provides a rigorous, student-centered curriculum for science and mathematics majors with an emphasis on faculty-mentored student research. It prides itself in providing undergraduate students a unique, high-quality education in small-school environment.