SUPPORT THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY SCIENCES

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We appreciate your generosity

The Department of Human Development and Family Sciences welcomes private support, which may be used for undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and for special activities such as seminars and lectures. Private support provides an edge for excellence. It allows us to reward top scholarly effort and to competitively recruit students and faculty.

You can make a gift to the Department in honor of a faculty member or friend. Your gift can support an existing scholarship or fund, or it may create a new fund for current needs or an endowment to support programs into the future.

 

FUNDS THAT BENEFIT HDFS

Family Studies Alumni Fund

For the Department to promote high-quality research, teaching, and scholarship related to the well-being and healthy development of individuals and families over the lifespan.

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Fund for The Study of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection

Provides support to the mission of the Ronald and Nancy Rohner Center for the Study of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection in the Dept of Human Development and Family Sciences

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Family and Consumer Sciences Education Fund

Provides support to the Family and Consumer Science Education program

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Child Labs Director's Fund

To be used for general support of the Child Labs at the discretion of the Director of the Child Labs

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Audrey L. Jarrelle Fund

Provides financial support for undergraduate students in HDFS

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L. Eugene Thomas Fund

Provides financial support for HDFS graduate students in the form of annual awards

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Yssis Neubeck Memorial Fund

Provides funding to support the Child Development Labs

To give please contact one of our CLAS Development Officers

For more information about giving to the department, or to give by mail, please contact one of our CLAS development officers.