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Crimson Laureate Society


Donations to the Crimson Laureate Society enable deserving science students to make their education a reality. Most gifts made to the College of Science are under $1,000. But together they add up to millions for financial aid, academics, research, and other programs. Together we can make a difference. Recently, many donors have doubled the impact of their investments by using matching donation programs. In these cases, supporters of the college will match the gift dollar-for-dollar, doubling the donation.

For more information on Crimson Laureate Society membership and College of Science alumni events, contact Jeff Martin at martin@science.utah.edu.

Alumni Stories


Connor Morgan

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

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Ed Groenhout

Embracing opportunities

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Michelle Williams

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Todd B. Alder

Tripping the Patent Fantastic

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Lee Roberts

Immune system mysteries lead to pharma & biotech R&D

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Nancy Parry

Fifty years of breaking the glass ceiling

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The Daines Medical Dynasty

An Idaho Family of Orthopedics, UofU-educated

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David Hillyard

ARUP: Dir. Molecular Infectious Diseases

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Steve Mimnaugh

Living more than one life.

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Emily Bates, BS’97

Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine

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Carol Blair

I was given the opportunity to work as a lab assistant with Stanton and Dalrymple.

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Ole Jensen

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

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Clifford Stocks

Whether cancer or a pandemic, OncoResponse CEO knows how to grapple with an opponent

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Jim Sugihara

The University of Utah's first PhD recipient.

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Julia Bailey-Serres

NAS member & U alum pilots Center for Plant Cell Biology, UC Riverside

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Ryan Watts

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

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Jim Kaschmitter

From copper mines to NiCo batteries to experimental aircraft.

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Edward Meenen

Back to the Land: Veterinary Sciences & Lab Tech

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Jason Allen

Turbo-charging a medical career through research

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Kurt Zilm

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Griffin Chure

National Science Foundation Postdoc Research Fellow, Stanford

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Doon Gibbs

Director of Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York.

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Amy Davis

A circuitous route from academe to industry

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Lynn Miller

One of the architects of Universal Life insurance.

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James Detling

Professor Emeritus, Botanist, Colorado State

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Michele Lefebvre

Elevating environmental science on Hawaii's Big Island

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Bill Jack

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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George Elliott

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

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Ace Madsen

Boot camp for medical school.

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Arie Sitthichai Mobley

Better health care based on the unique genetic makeup of each individual

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McKay Hyde

Equities Engineering for the New York office of Goldman Sachs.

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Adam Madsen

From Ute quarterback to Medical Practice.

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David T. Chuljian

David Chuljian, a self-described “quantum dentist"

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Jeffrey Webster

A 50 meter swim to surgery at Reno Orthopedic Clinic

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