Gifts & Grants
Faculty, students, and staff associated with the Andrews Institute benefit from the gifts provided by individuals and organizations. These may take the form of a one-time gift or an endowed gift (whose pooled assets are invested in perpetuity). Often, endowments are named gifts that leave your own legacy or memorialize or honor the life and accomplishments of loved ones. Gifts can be designated for specific purposes (e.g., scholarships for graduate students interested in pursuing a career in mathematics or science education), or gifts may be unrestricted, providing the Andrews Institute with the flexibility to address priorities that may shift over time. Whether or not you give to the Andrews Institute through a one-time donation or an endowment, we appreciate all of our supporters – your generosity allows us to better meet the needs of children, families, and teachers in the North Texas region. Click here to make a gift or contact Development Director Marc Mitrano at 817-257-4571.
- Paul & Judy Andrews Endowed Funds
- Greater Texas Foundation Endowed Funds
- Potter Lab Endowed Funds
- Anonymous Gift – Unrestricted
- JP Morgan Chase Foundation – Math, Science, Language Summer Program
- Chesapeake Energy – Math and Science Trail
- Sid Richardson Foundation – Teacher Professional Development
- Bryant Bridge of Hope Foundation – Math and Science events
- Leo Potishman Foundation – Summer Programs
Since 1999, the Andrews Institute has received more than three million dollars in grant funding. Grant projects have included research and service projects. Faculty associated with the Andrews Institute engage in grant writing in order to fund continued research and service activities through the Institute. A list of current grants is shared below.
- Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Teacher Quality Enhancement
- Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Teacher Quality Granting Program
- Institute of Education Sciences: The Math Learning Companion: An Individualized Intervention for Students with Learning Disabilities
- University of Oregon’s Mathematics and Electronic Text Research Center: Learning Mathematics Online