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Donate to the Chemistry Department

 

All donations to the Chemistry Department are handled through the EMU Foundation. The Foundation provides several ways to give to the Chemistry Department and helps us to ensure that the funds are used in a manner consistent with the intent of the donor. 

We have several existing funds that have been set up as a result of the generosity of previous donors, which are listed below.  If you would like to donate to any of them, just click on the fund name and you will be taken to the appropriate link at the Foundation's secure website.  We are grateful for the many ways in which these funds enhance our programs and the experiences of our students at EMU.

If you would like more information about any of the existing funds or the possibility of directing a gift to a new fund, please contact our department head (contact information is provided at the bottom of our home page).  More information about the scholarship funds can be found on our scholarship page.

 

Fund Name

Fund Code

Purpose

00127

This fund is used to support faculty and student research, special teaching needs, student awards, and other special projects in the department.

01564

This fund is used to support student travel to present at regional, national, and international professional conferences.

00556

This fund is used to support faculty research.

01690

This fund is used to support the activities of the interdisciplinary Creative Scientific Inquiry Teaching Experience (CSIE) program of courses.

02320

This fund is used to support our Fermentation Science program.

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

  

00088

This fund is used to support first year undergraduate chemistry majors who have distinguished themselves in their chemistry classes (High School or Undergraduate).

01932

This fund is used to support an outstanding organic or biochemistry graduate student who excels in research, teaching, and classroom performance.

00141

This fund is used to support senior-level professional chemistry or biochemistry majors who are participating in undergraduate research.

The Peet-Mayor Endowed Endowed Chemistry Award  00487 This fund is used to present a monetary award to the top graduating chemistry or biochemistry major each year.

02327

This fund is used to support a student following a nontraditional path to a chemistry degree.

00378

This fund is used to support a first or second year chemistry major who has demonstrated outstanding potential.

01389

This fund is used to support an outstanding student with financial need entering his/her senior year in chemistry.

00904

This fund is used to support a graduate student with the potential for outstanding performance in research and the classroom.

01834

This fund is used to support a deserving non-traditional undergraduate student with financial need.

01432

This fund is used to support an undergraduate student who excelled during their year of organic chemistry.

01606

This fund is used to support a student with outstanding achievement in radiochemistry, nuclear chemistry, or analytical chemistry.

01207

This fund is used to support an elementary education student who has distinguished themselves in their chemistry courses.

01411

This fund is used by the Chemistry Club to support a student participating in undergraduate research.

Chemistry Club Scholarship

00731 This has become the John Sullivan Endowed Scholarship.

EQUIPMENT

  

Chemistry Equipment

00128

This fund is used for the repair, maintenance and replacement of equipment.

Science Equipment Initiative

01347

This initiative has ended.  Please donate to the Chemistry Equipment fund instead.

STUDENT SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM

  

02032

This fund is used to support student research during the summer term, student/faculty travel, and supplies & equipment.

01135

This fund is used to support student research during the summer term, supplies & equipment, and student/faculty travel.

02003

This fund is used to support a summer seminar series.

01872

This fund is used to support a student (or high school teacher) from the local area who participates in summer research in the Chemistry Department.

 

The Department of Chemistry is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold