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I would like my donation allocated to the following fund(s):

School of Chemical Sciences Center of Research and Educational Support (CORES) Facilities Fund
This fund is intended to further the mission of CORES, which includes SCS technical and research facilities such as NMR, Mass Spec, Microanalysis Lab, X-Ray Lab, Machine Shop, Glass Shop, and other. Fund assets will be used for the procurement and installation of new instrumentation, financial support for professional staff salaries, and for other expenditures required for operation of these essential research facilities.
Vision 2020
Provides unrestricted funds to the areas of critical need in the Department of Chemistry, including but not limited to student and faculty support, recruitment and retention, equipment and facilities.
Chemical and Biomolecular Partners Fund
Provides unrestricted support in areas with the greatest need, such as attracting and retaining faculty noted for their high-quality research and teaching.
William and Janet Lycan Professorships
Established with a major gift by Roger Adams' student Bill Lycan, this endowment supportsĀ  professorships awarded to exceptional faculty in the School of Chemical Sciences. The income from this endowment funds cutting-edge research projects conducted by graduate and undergraduate students under the direction of some of the nation's brightest intellects.
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School of Chemical Sciences
106 Noyes Lab
505 S. Mathews
Urbana, IL  61801
Professor Jonathan Sweedler

(217) 333-5070
(217) 333-3120 fax
jsweedle [at] illinois [dot] edu
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