The Gemstone Program was conceived by Dr. William Destler, formerly Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering and later Provost of the University of Maryland. He is now President of Rochester Institute of Technology. Now in its seventeenth year, the Gemstone Program has had fourteen graduating classes receive their Gemstone Citations.
Young entrepreneurs are invited to submit inspiring initatives that tackle the challenge of sustainable living. More
Applications are now being accepted for Sustainability Fund grants for this academic year. The goal of the Fund is to provide grants for projects that promote environmental sustainability and positively impact the student experience at UMD Applictions are Due by Nov. 1. More.
Stop by every Monday from 12pm to 5pm and join Gemstone students and staff to ask questions, get Gemstone advising help, or simply enjoy a cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate!
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