At the Goergen Institute for Data Science, our faculty members and students are harnessing the potential of data in ways that will transform knowledge, discovery, and innovation in the 21st century.
How does this relate to The Meliora Challenge? Since 2005, the Campaign has generated a lot of data. We can curate this data and present it in a way that is relevant to you. Give it a try!
What is your first name?
What is your zip code?
Tap the button you think best describes your current relationship with the University:
The conclusion of The Meliora Challenge marks a historic moment for the University.
What year was most significant in your lifetime?
What area of the University are you most passionate about? Please select only one.
What was your primary area of study? Please select only one.
Here are some interesting facts that we came up with based on the information you provided:
gifts to the campaign came from people with the name .
The most common name was Robert. There was only one person named who gave.
Also, 3,194 gifts came from people who have something in common with one of our most revered benefactors: they’re named “George.”
number of alumni who shared your area of study and gave to The Meliora Challenge.
gifts to the Campaign came from
donors are from
University Life Trustee Robert ’60 and Pamela Goergen, the Wegman Family Charitable Foundation, and University Trustee Timothy P'11, P'16 and Robin Wentworth P'11, P'16 are lead donors to the Goergen Institute for Data Science. The Goergen Institute will be housed in Wegmans Hall, scheduled to open in early 2017.