We’re thrilled to be able to share this recent news flash from Thomas Kruczek, President of Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio. Congrats to the entire Notre Dame College Community.
“I am very pleased to announce that the College has received the largest gift recognizing faculty and academic excellence in its 95-year history.
Richard and Robert Geier are providing $1.5 million to establish The Marie Goetz Geier Endowment for STEM Education and Professor(s) in STEM Education. Named in honor of their late wife and mother Marie Goetz Geier, the endowment is dedicated to supporting and growing the College’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs and to establish up to three Distinguished Professorships. Marie graduated from Notre Dame College in 1960.
Their 1.5 million dollar gift surpasses any the College has ever received in support of academic programming and in a very special way it recognizes our dedicated faculty. We appreciate Richard and Robert’s generous support of our growing STEM programs and initiatives.
The endowment will provide funding and support for innovation and student-centered support in the programs and will provide funding to support the professional staff in STEM education.”
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