Giving to USU Geology

Our Goal

Our department provides many small scholarships as well as critical healthcare and tuition support to our students every year--all possible through charitable giving. We aspire to build select endowments to meet rising healthcare and tuition costs and also to provide significant fellowships to attract underrepresented, first-generation, and high-achieving students.

Summit Initiative

Make a Gift, Make a Difference

The Summit Initiative is a three year effort to significantly increase the total value of the department’s endowment, specifically to improve student access, fund student enrichment, and develop resources for faculty teaching and research.

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Student Access Goal

Encourage and attract greater achievement and diversity in our graduate programs by providing fellowships

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Student Enrichment Goal

Enable our existing student scholarships to meet the rising costs of tuition, health insurance, and research experiences

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Teaching and Research Goal

Provide faculty with resources for the evolution of our teaching and research, to train students using the latest tools and approaches

Our Summit Advancement Council

  • Stephanie Carney (MS, 2002)
  • Angela Isaacs (BS, 2003 & MS, 2006)
  • Al Jones (BS, 1989 & MS, 1996)
  • Craig Nelson (BS, 1982 & MS, 1986)
  • Jill Pachell (MS, 2001)
  • Dave Richey (BS, 2011 & MS, 2013)
  • Steve Schulz (MS, 1997)

Giving Contact

Jim Evans

Jim Evans, Department of Geology
The Department of Geology at Utah State University has a number of scholarships that directly support undergraduate and graduate students. All of your gifts are extremely valuable for advancing our mission. For further information on giving to the department, please contact:

Phone: (435) 797-1267
Email: james.evans@usu.edu

Donate To a Specific Scholarship
See a list of all of our Geoscience scholarships. Donating to a specific scholarhip can be done from each individual scholarship page.