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General program support can help us accomplish things such as host outside speakers, fund alumni events and newsletters, and acquire equipment. You can also help our academic teams participate in events, especially in terms of travel and lodging, as well as help us build endowments to fund scholarships now and into the future.

STEM in Economics Scholarship

You can use the following link to donate. 

02640 STEM in Economics

STEM Scholarship
 STEM Scholarship Flyer
STEM Scholarship

 STEM Scholarship Flyer

The Department of Economics invites you to donate to the STEM Scholarships for students in our STEM-designated undergraduate and graduate programs. The fundraiser provides financial support, as well as prestige, to two students every year. These scholarships will be merit-based and will be awarded to students with the highest GPAs in these programs. 

General Program Support

00186 Economics

The developmental fund has traditionally supported such things as faculty research, student scholarships, and other departmental endeavors.


00253 Bruce Gockerman Economics Scholarship

The Gockerman Award recognizes a junior or senior status economics major who wrote a paper on a subject closely related to economics.  The award was established by alumnus Bruce C. Gockerman.

01966 Donald W. Pearson Endowed Scholarship in Economics

The Pearson Award recognizes an economics major or minor with a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0, with preference given to an Honors Program participant and/or a student who wants to study abroad.  The award was established by Professor Emeritus Donald Pearson.

00439 Gary Murg Economics Scholarship

The Murg Award recognizes an economics major or minor with junior or senior status who has an outstanding record of service to the Economics Department.  Nominations are made by students or faculty members.  The award was established by alumnus Gary. E. Murg, Esq.

Student Organizations

02226 Economics Club

The Economics Club is a student organization at Eastern Michigan University that coordinates with the Economics Department faculty members in an effort to widen the scope of economic education.  The club provides activities outside of the classroom which not only benefit the participating student body, but also the department at-large.