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STUDENT EMERGENCY

Emergency Support Fund

The Crimson Laureate Society and the University of Utah are working to assist students and families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Emergency funds are available for tuition, fees, room and board, textbooks, required supplies or materials for classes, transportation, child care, unexpected medical expenses, and COVID-19 related expenses.

To commemorate our 50th Anniversary the College of Science is asking all alumni to donate $50 to the Student Emergency Relief Fund. 50 years of science alumni can make a significant difference. Please join us in support of our less fortunate students. (SC25948-40165)

College

Science Scholarship Fund

Rewarding academic potential in science and mathematics students. (SC03261-40165)

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Dean's Fund

Supporting the immediate needs of the College of Science. (SC03262-40165)

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CSME Support

Center for Science & Math Education - Support community STEM education. (SC22583-40165)

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ACCESS Program

Scholarships and opportunities for underrepresented groups. (SC18032-40165)

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Departments

Biology

A variety of Biology department scholarship and giving opportunities.

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Chemistry

Various Chemistry department giving opportunities.

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Mathematics

Various MathematIcs department giving opportunities.

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Physics & Astronomy

Various Physics & Astonomy department giving opportunities.

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Alumni News


Alumni VS Coronavirus

Utah biotech companies rally to fight the coronavirus.

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Jim Sugihara, PhD’47

The University of Utah's first PhD recipient.

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Student Veteran

2018-19 Student Veteran of the Year, Craig L. Hanson  “When I first […]

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Doon Gibbs, BS’63

Director of Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York.

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Ole Jensen, BS’72

Ole Jensen’s one claim to fame was that he was tapped to be a “calf sitter."

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Connor Morgan, BS’19

What does a former Student Body President and Biology alum do after graduating from the U?

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Kurt Zilm, BS’76, PhD’81

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Lynn Miller, BS’63

One of the architects of Universal Life insurance.

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Jim Kaschmitter, BS’72

From copper mines to NiCo batteries to experimental aircraft.

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Peter Gibbs

The "Father" of Frontiers of Science.

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Bill Jack, BA’77

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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McKay Hyde, BS’97

Equities Engineering for the New York office of Goldman Sachs.

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The Gandhis, BS’86, 91, 92

The Gandhi family is U - through and through.

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Alumni Panel

Distinguished science alumni share their experiences.

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George Elliott, PhD’81

Retired U.S. Patent & Trademark Office examiner & director on the pandemic: "It will pass"

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2018 Churchill Scholar

Scott Neville - Mathematics major and student researcher.

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Donor Recognition

Thank you for your support of our vibrant community of scientists and mathematicians.

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Michelle Williams, PhD’87

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Crimson Legacy

Learn about planned giving opportunities.

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Ryan Watts, BS’00

Co-Founder of Denali Therapeutics, focused on cures for neurodegenerative illnesses.

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