Areas of Focus
The Lifetime Friends of the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) at Georgia Tech include those who have contributed to CHHS' permanent endowment fund, ensuring the broad reach and positive impact of CHHS activates for years to come. We invite you to join us in our quest to advance research, education, and outreach in the area of health and humanitarian systems by becoming a Lifetime Friend of the CHHS. Please contact Nancy Sandlin at 404.385.7458 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Our Lifetime Friends and Sponsors
We invite you to partner with CHHS in our efforts to serve as a leader in the US and globally in health and humanitarian systems. As a sector with tremendous and constant need, it provides many opportunities for companies and individuals to have a substantial impact. Below is a list of opportunities for supporting CHHS. For questions, or to become involved with the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems, contact Nancy Sandlin at 404.385.7458 or email@example.com.
An endowment fund to name the Center will provide permanent annual funding to this area of focused research, training and outreach and will help the center bring together experts in industry, non-profit organizations, governmental organizations, and academia to benefit the advancement of education and research in this critical area.
An endowed gift leaves a lasting legacy in the donor’s name and provides CHHS with permanent annual funding generated from the earnings of the principal gift. The earnings are used by the discretion of the Center director/s to meet the pressing needs of CHHS.
Donors to the general CHHS endowment are recognized on the CHHS website as "Lifelong Friends of the Center".
Unlike endowments, gifts received for current operating funds are available for immediate use and are fully expendable. Unrestricted gifts are used by the discretion of the Center director/s to meet the pressing needs of CHHS, including faculty support, student support, and program support.
Premiere, Gold, and Silver sponsorship levels are offered to support CHHS’ annual Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference. To learn more, view the HHL2019 Sponsorship Opportunities flyer (PDF 90KB).
Endowed chairs attract, support, and retain top faculty to provide senior leadership. Support of a faculty chair in health & humanitarian systems greatly impacts the faculty, students, and research within CHHS.
Income from endowed professorships is used to attract, support, and retain outstanding faculty. Endowed professorships in health & humanitarian systems give faculty the resources to remain at the forefront of teaching and research and to enhance student development in this important area.
These termed awards are given to the most promising junior faculty members and help to attract and support faculty who are tomorrow’s leading teachers/scholars in the area of health & humanitarian systems.
Gifts in support of faculty working in the area of health & humanitarian systems greatly impact research activities, academic programs, and student development.
Georgia Tech puts a premium on attracting students with the character, determination, and aptitude to meet the demands of a first-rate technological education and to use that education to improve the world around them. Recruiting the most outstanding and diverse undergraduate and graduate students is extremely competitive. Scholarships, fellowships, and student awards may be designated for undergraduate, graduate, or continuing education students studying in the health & humanitarian area within the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. The recipients proudly carry the name of the donor/s on their scholarship/fellowship/award.
For questions, or to become involved with the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems, contact Nancy Sandlin at 404.385.7458 or firstname.lastname@example.org.