Give to the School of Life Sciences
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When you give to the School of Life Sciences you are contributing to the causes that you care about most. From cancer to Alzheimer’s, conservation to climate change, your gift advances research for a better future. Your generosity also supports students through scholarships, internships, and travel grants that empower them to undertake their own research projects, and you become a partner in their success as they go on to change the world.
ASU School of Life Sciences Courtyard rendered site plan
We are so excited to share some of the progress we have made in renovating the SOLS Courtyard!
This artist rendering of the courtyard plans wonderfully showcases how we hope to shape this area to be a place of refuge, education, and engagement for our community. A huge thank you goes out to the Ulman Foundation, Desert Botanical Gardens and for your amazing generosity on Sun Devil Giving Day! With foundational construction complete, we are moving forward with design and construction to restore and provide new additions to the desert landscaping around Minckley’s pond where the rare desert pupfish will be placed, as well as adding relevant art and signage in recognition of the Indigenous communities for whom this is their ancestral land.
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Supporting students through scholarships
Gifts to these funds directly support School of Life Sciences students as they train to become the next generation of leaders and problem solvers in science. From scholarships to research supplies, travel fees to poster printing, your gift provides students with vital financial relief and resources to succeed.
- School of Life Sciences (general fund)
- Scholarship/Fellowship Account for the School of Life Sciences
- School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research Program Support
- School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research Scholarship Endowment
- Biodiversity Fellowship in the School of Life Sciences
- Dr. Charles M. Woolf Scholarship
- Environmental Life Sciences Graduate Program
- Molecular and cellular biology Graduate Program
- SOLS INSPIRE
- SOLS Crisis Fund - SOLS Grad program
- SOLS Research and Training Initiatives
- Stuart Charlip Memorial Scholarship
- The Huizingh Desert Research Fellowship
- SOLUR - School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research
- Center for Biology and Society Gift Fund
Ensuring a sustainable future
From clean energy to climate change, social insect research to a world-renowned natural history collection, the School of Life Sciences is a birthplace of interdisciplinary and innovative research collaborations. When you give to these funds you become partners in their success, dedicated to solving today’s most pressing problems.
- Biodiversity Knowledge Integration Center (BioKIC)
- Desert Reptile Genomes
- Friends of the SEINet Biodiversity Consortium
- Save a Species Conservation Program
- AZ Biocollections and Biodiversity Informatics Center at ASU, Alameda Facility
- Botany Gifts & Grants
- Buckhorn Baths Taxidermy and Artifacts Collection
- Gila Monster Genome Research
- Global Drylands Center Support
- Honey Bee Lab Support
- International Institute for Species Exploration - Trips
- School of Life Sciences Complex Courtyard Revitalization
Advancing research for a healthier tomorrow
We work daily to find answers and solutions to health challenges on both a local and a global scale. Gifts to these funds directly support life-saving research, from identifying and tracking COVID variants for the AZ department of Health, developing rapid antibody tests showing the efficacy of vaccine boosters in preventing COVID infection, to understanding the evolution of cancer cells in the body.
Fostering outreach and education
Our faculty and staff are committed to excellence in education - both at ASU and for our surrounding communities! Gifts to these funds support innovative solutions for connected and inclusive curriculum, as well as incredible resource and outreach programs like Ask A Biologist - a preK-12 biology learning resource that predates Google!