The next great discovery we make could be made possible by you.
We are passionate about science. Are you? If so, please consider contributing to the College of Science and its next great discovery. Gifts can even be designated to support a specific department or program you are passionate about.
Recent gifts are helping to support undergraduate research and summer studentships, as well as allowing the University to expand into new areas of research. These gifts include the Reisenaur Gift for Rare Disease Research, which will allow the Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development to initiate research focusing on the rare disease Glycogen Storage Disease Type III (GSDIII), also known as Cori Disease. Another generous gift, the Otterbeck Family Endowment for Excellence in Undergraduate Sustainability Studies, will allow the Minor in Sustainability Studies program to expand.
Even small gifts can lead to big discoveries...discoveries that can alleviate human suffering and help us to better understand the world around us.
For more information on contributing to the College of Science, email Allison Slabaugh, academic advancement director, or call her at (574) 631-2425.