Supporting the School of Computing and Information
Wanted: Fearless Collaborators
Big things are happening. The gift you make today is instrumental in providing students with meaningful skills to thrive in a world that is adapting to technology, data overload and information management in new ways. We are committed to providing students with the most innovative and hands-on learning experience. Give today to help shape future leaders and contribute to the next great discovery.
Why your support matters
We are committed to increasing diversity in computing and information -related fields. Today’s high-tech workforce does not reflect an increasingly diverse population. Our on-going diversity initiatives address this shortage of women and underrepresented minorities in computer and information science.
Innovation and Creativity
Our students and faculty stretch the boundaries of innovation and creativity. Thinking outside the box requires support from outside our halls. We seek to create the Modeling and Managing Complicated Systems Institute (momacs), a series of professional development opportunities, cutting-edge research, and state-of-the-art facilities for newly created curricula. We recruit top-talent students, faculty and staff.
Scholarships allow us to continue to attract and retain top students in each of our offered programs. Help us continue the tradition of providing opportunities to deserving students by relieving tuition costs.
Dean’s Fund – Flexibility for Today
A school that commits to staying ahead of the curve in the ever-changing landscape of technology needs flexible funding that can be allocated when and where it’s needed most. Whether supporting an undergrad in need, sending a student on an extraordinary research experience, or creating programs for industry leaders to speak and inspire, the Dean’s Discretionary Fund allows us to proactively address our top priorities.
Involving Your Employer
The School of Computing and Information also has philanthropic and partnership opportunities available for your employer. Your employer may offer a matching gift program that can double the impact of your gift!
There are several ways to give including through an outright gift, planned gift, or transfer of securities. Giving online is the easiest way to make a gift to us—just follow this link (www.giveto.pitt.edu) and designate your gift to the School of Computing and Information. For more information regarding a gift to the School of Computing and Information, please contact Terri Taylor, Director of Development,at firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 383-4517.