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College of Science & Mathematics

Priority Funds

Funds will support undergraduate research program.
Support CoSM initiatives and activities. Could include, but are not limited to, costs associated with student competitions, speaker series, conference attendance, faculty release time for course creation.
To support CoSM Internships & Co-ops. Sample uses of funds may include, but are not limited to: financial support to students to participate in internships & co-ops, career and professional development programming for students related to internships & co-ops, student activities linked to internships & co-ops, administrative or infrastructure needs of CoSM linked to internships & co-ops.
This fund was established originally by Dr. Donald Adams, Dr. Charles Carraher, and Dr. Brian Hutchings to provide scholarships for students pursuing a degree in science and mathematics.
The Women in Science Giving Circle, founded by Dr. Wheatly, is a philanthropic program in which donors pool their money to create opportunities that help to enhance the educational and professional success of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine (STEMM) disciplines at Wright State University. 

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 

Biological Sciences

Provides funding to support and advance research and scholarly activity of the Laboratory of Scott Baird in the Dept. of Biological Sciences. Use of funds can include, but is not limited to, lab supplies, purchase of equipment, graduate student support, and travel for conferences and professional development activities. If the Baird Laboratory were to close, all remaining funds in the account are to be transferred into the Bio. Sci. Student Research and Travel Program Fund.
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Biological Sciences.
This program was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Biological Sciences programs.
This fund was established to anticipate additional funds from future derives by Beavercreek firefighters and from interest generated by publicity from this gift.
To fund research in comparative physiology
For the renovation of the CLS Program Didactic Laboratory. Uses can include but are not limited to construction costs, furnishings, technology and equipment infrastructure, etc. within the space. When the renovation is complete, if there is a balance in the fund, those funds will be transfered into the CLS Program Fund.
Scholarships for the Dept. of Bio. Sci. Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
John and Helen Rossmiller established this fund to provide scholarships to aid and encourage scholarly activity by undergraduate students in the Biological Sciences program.
This scholarship funds to support non-traditional students pursuing a degree in biology.
This scholarship is for undergraduate Biological Science or Environmental Science majors. Recipients must have financial need, above average academics, be from Ohio and have leadership qualities.
This fund was established to fund greenhouse space and research in plant ecology including projects on invasive species, conservation issues, forest change, and wildflowers. 
This fund was established to provide funding for research and travel for students in the Department of Biological Sciences.

Biology - Clinical Laboratory Science

This fund provides support for the equipment and supplies for use within Clinical Laboratory Science program.
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Clinical Laboratory Science program.
This fund was established to fund scholarships for students in the Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
This scholarship was established by Dr. James W. Funkhouser and Mrs. Mary Ann Funkhouser to promote quality laboratory training which will improve health care delivery.
This scholarship was established in memory of Nicholas Koussa to provide scholarships to students in the Clinical Laboratory Science program.

Biomedical Ph.D.

This scholarship help students who are pursuing a doctoral degree in the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program.
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program.

Chemistry

This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Chemistry Department.
This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
This fund was established in memory of David J. Karl to provide scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Jean T. Dubois and Mrs. Phyllis Nussey Dubois to provide scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
This fund was established in memory of Edgar Hardy, Ph.D. to provide scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.

College of Science and Mathematics

Provide support for CoSM led or coordinated programming and activities within Raider Academy. Sample uses can include, but are not limited to, the student success vignettes initiated in the 2016 Raider Academy program.
Funds will be used to support the NIA student success program as defined by a successful $5,000 grant awarded by the WPCU.
This fund was established in memory of Frieda Horn Peters to fund scholarship assistance for students majoring a mathematics or science program and actively mentoring younger students.
This scholarship established in memory of Howard E. Bales to provide scholarships to students pursuing majors within the College of Science and Mathematics.
To support scholarship and experiential learning on or off campus including but not limited to professional meetings and conference attendance, research expenses, field courses, internships and academic-based travel.
This scholarship was established in memory of Neil Acharya to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the pre-med program.
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Pre-Health Program. 
This scholarship was established in memory of Robert G. Chollar to provide scholarship assistance to undergraduate students who graduated from a Miami Valley high school and are pursuing a degree in the College of Science and Mathematics. 
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the College of Science and Mathematics.
To support STEM City program and student success through leadership development, financial literacy, academic support, and other supportive activities.
This fund was established by Thomas J. Farquer in honor of Dr. John Fortman and Dr. George Hess for the purpose of providing scholarships for students majoring in Chemistry.
To support costs associated with WISGC Special events. Events can include, but are not limited, WISGC Silent Auction, WISGC receptions, WISGC lectures, etc...
To support career and professional development of mentees, support programmatic and community-building activities for the mentoring program, and cover expenses associated with mentoring program events. Sample uses of funds may include, but are not limited to: purchase of career/professsional development resources for mentees and mentors to meet with distinguished STEMM speakers, and publicizing mentoring program events or activities to Wright State STEMM and local STEMM professionals.

Earth and Environmental Science

This scholarship was established to provide support for graduate student(s) in 3D immersive visualization. 
Provides annual spendable funding to support students majoring in the Dept. of EES to participate in field experiences. Sample uses can include, but are not limited to, field courses, the collection of seismic data via field campaigns, training or educational sessions pertaining to students successfully completing field coursework or processing seismic data collected in field campaigns and, the presentation of fieldwork-based posters for papers at professional conferences.
This fund was established to provide funding for faculty development opportunities for the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
This fund was established to provide scholarships to students majoring in Earth & Environmental Sciences. 
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Geophysics Program. 

Environmental Science Ph.D.

This fund was established to provide scholarship assistance for students enrolled in the Environmental Sciences Ph.D. program. 
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Environmental Sciences Ph.D. program.

Mathematics and Statistics

To fund scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics in the College of Science & Math.
This scholarship funds for a graduate student in the Teacher Licensure Program, majoring in AYA Math Education and who will pursue a career as a math teacher
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the College of Science and Mathematics.
This scholarship is for Mathematics/Statistics majors.
This scholarship was established in memory of Michael A. Bruck to provide scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics and Statistics.
This scholarship was etablished in memory of Prof. Krishan Gorowara to provide scholarships for students majoring in Mathematics and Statistics. 
This fund was established in honor of Tapas Mazumdar to support lecture events in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 
This fund was established in honor of Tapas Mazumdar to support lecture events in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

Mathematics and Statistics and Statistical Consulting Center

This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Statistical Consulting Center. 
This fund was established to provide scholarships for students enrolled in Statistical Consulting Center programs. 

Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

This fund was established to support Respiratory Control Research.
Provides annual scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate students studying in NCBP disciplines.

Physics

This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Merrill Andrews to fund scholarships for students majoring in Physics.
This scholarship was established in honor of Gust Bambakidis to provide scholarships to students majoring in Physics.
The Physics Learning Assistant Program will annually employ a team of top undergraduate students who have successfully completed the PHY 2400 and or/PHY 2410 (or its current equivalent) introductory courses. Funds will be used to hire students as Physics Learning Assistants who will be trained with faculty to serve as Learning Assistants in the course sequence. Upon being hired, Learning Assistants will be required to successfully complete duties associated with the position. Ideally, the department will have a Learning Assistant for every 18-24 students in the sequence.
This fund supports the university activities board's programming expenses
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Physics.
This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Physics.

Programs

Established for the purpose of initiating the Considine Scholars within CoSM. Annual donations will provide spendable funds for the CoSM dean to distribute. In the future, an endowment established by a realized planned gift from Michael & Susan Considine, will annually distribute funds to the Considine Scholars Program Fund.
To support biology students with activities outside the classroom including but not limited to: extended research placements in both on and off campus facilities; stipends; travel expenses; registration fees; conference attendance; research expenses; and support accompanying unpaid internship experiences, field experiences, and academic based travel.
This fund supports undergraduate research and student expenses.
Used exclusively for the 2016 Research Event.

Psychology

This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Harry N. Davis, Jr. to provide scholarships to senior students majoring in Psychology who are also active members of either the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology or the Psychology Club. 
Funding to support expenses incurred for the ISAP Conference co-sponsored by the College of Science and Mathematics
This fund was established to support research in the Department of Psychology. 
This fund was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology. 
This fund was established in memory of Dr. Richard Page to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology. 
This fund was established in memory of Professor Larry Kurdek to fund scholarships for students majoring in Psychology.
Funds may be used to purchase or reimburse students for project expenses. These include, but are not limited to, office supplies, books, journals, library copy fees, and other resources. Funds may also be used for travel expenses, professional conference attendance to support the project directly, and professional dev activities for grad students.

Scholarships

To fund scholarship awards to recruit direct admit first-year students to CoSM. This scholarship can be combined with other awards for recruitment purposes.