"Golden Anniversary" Capital Campaign
Announcing the NAM "Golden Anniversary" Campaign
In 2019 the National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) will celebrate its 50th Anniversary Year! From January 1, 2017 until September 30, 2019, NAM will conduct a GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN with the goal of establishing a NAM Endowment Fund of at least $2 million to serve as the base support, ensuring vibrant annual programs and activities for many years in the future.
During the Golden Anniversary Campaign, NAM hopes to achieve significant membership increases, doubling the number of Regular Members and increasing the number of Life Members by at least 50% as well as increasing abundantly student membership! NAM’s Golden Anniversary Campaign will begin its kick-off with an Initial Membership Phase on January 1, 2017. In this phase, NAM will seek to increase its membership numbers as well as solicit contributions of at least $50,000 to the Campaign from the membership. In addition, during the nationwide campaign beginning April 1, 2017, members, friends, philanthropists, foundations, companies, and other supportive enterprises. will have the opportunities to partially or fully endow any of the annual programs and activities that NAM sponsors annually.
Become a Supporter!
Today, the percentage of mathematical scientists from underrepresented populations is still quite small compared to their proportion in American society. NAM is still a supportive community that encourages professional development and mathematical excellence, emphasizes a knowledge of mathematical heritage, and uses lessons and accomplishments of the past to inspire students. As an internationally recognized mathematical sciences professional organization, NAM is still needed.
We urge you to join in supporting the NAM Golden Anniversary Campaign. As a new or renewing member, you may choose your way of supporting the Initial Membership Phase from those listed on the Membership Form. As an individual donor, you may contribute/donate by mailing a check directly to the Campaign Fund or by choosing from several options on the NAM website at www.nam-math.org. Organizations wishing to donate should contact the NAM Golden Anniversary Campaign Co-Chairs at NAM.email@example.com to discuss the most convenient procedure.
NAM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN 51-0183976. All gifts are tax deductible.
How can you support the campaign?
- Join Now or Renew your membership!
- Become a Golden Anniversary Donor
- Encourage others to support NAM!
You can also support the organization by making a purchase from our Online Merchandise Store.
Endow an Annual Program/Activity!
With a gift of $25,000 or more you may partially or fully endow one of NAM’s annual programs or activities. Listed are full endowment amounts. While the total for endowing our annual programs comes to $1,750,000 we will use the Golden Anniversary's extra $250,000 to endow new programs.
|Season||NAM Activity||Target: $1,750,000|
|Winter Events||Claytor-Woodard Lecture||$125,000|
|Haynes-Granville-Brown Session of Presentations by Recent Doctoral Recipients||$125,000|
|Spring Events||Albert Turner Bharucha-Reid Lecture||$125,000|
|Regional Faculty Conference on Research and Teaching Excellence||$250,000|
|Early Summer Events||Computational Science Institute||$250,000|
|Late Summer Events||MAA-NAM David Harold Blackwell Lecture||$125,000|
|Fall Events||J. Ernest Wilkins Lecture||$125,000|
What NAM means to Me!
NAM Golden Anniversary Campaign Committee
Dr. Johnny L. Houston, Co-Chair, Elizabeth City State University
Dr. Sylvia T. Bozeman, Co-Chair, Spelman College
Dr. Robert E. Bozeman, Morehouse College
Dr. Donald Cole, University of Mississippi
Dr. William "Bill" Hawkins, University of DC
Dr. Tanya A. Moore, Building Diversity in Science
Dr. Sastry Pantula, Oregon State University
Ex-Officio Members from NAM Executive Board
Dr. Edray Goins, NAM President, Purdue University
Dr. Talitha Washington, NAM Vice-President, Howard University
Dr. Roselyn Williams, NAM Secretary-Treasurer, Florida A&M University
Dr. Leon Woodson, NAM Executive Secretary, Morgan State University