Giving to the School of Chemical Sciences

School of Chemical Sciences Center of Research and Educational Support (CORES) Facility Fund

This fund is intended to further the mission of CORES, which includes SCS technical and research facilities such as NMR, Mass Spectrometry, Microanalysis and X-Ray Labs, the Machine and Glass Shops, and more. Fund assets will be used for the procurement and installation of new instrumentation, financial support for professional staff salaries, and other expenditures required for operation of these essential research facilities.

Fund ID

11774620

Gift Amounts

500
250
100
50

Chemical Sciences Faculty Excellence Fund/William H. and Janet G. Lycan Fund

Established with a major gift by Roger Adams' student Bill Lycan, this endowment supports  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.

Fund ID

11771542

Gift Amounts

500
250
100
50

Nelson J. Leonard Distinguished Lectureship Fund

Established in 1986 by the late Mrs. Louise Leonard, Eli Lilly and Company, the Monsanto Company, Organic Syntheses, Inc., and Professor Leonard’s colleagues and students, in recognition of his impact on the Illinois community and beyond. At the time of Professor Leonard’s retirement in 1986, he had been at the University of Illinois for 44 years, directed 120 graduate students, and published over 400 papers.

The purpose of the fund is to bring world-renowned lecturers to Illinois to present the latest in scholarly developments and research. Past lecturers include Nobel Laureates Thomas Cech and Phillip Sharp, and former United States Secretary of Energy Steven Chu.

Fund ID

11772523

Gift Amounts

500
250
100
50

LAS Annual Fund for Chemical Sciences

Provides unrestricted support for the School of Chemical Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in areas with the greatest need, such as upgrades to equipment and facilities that our world-class faculty members need to conduct the research that continues to set our institution apart.

Fund ID

11334858

Gift Amounts

500
250
100
50

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School of Chemical Sciences Center of Research and Educational Support (CORES) Facility Fund

This fund is intended to further the mission of CORES, which includes SCS technical and research facilities such as NMR, Mass Spectrometry, Microanalysis and X-Ray Labs, the Machine and Glass Shops, and more. Fund assets will be used for the procurement and installation of new instrumentation, financial support for professional staff salaries, and other expenditures required for operation of these essential research facilities.

Gift amount

Chemical Sciences Faculty Excellence Fund/William H. and Janet G. Lycan Fund

Established with a major gift by Roger Adams' student Bill Lycan, this endowment supports  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.

Gift amount

Nelson J. Leonard Distinguished Lectureship Fund

Established in 1986 by the late Mrs. Louise Leonard, Eli Lilly and Company, the Monsanto Company, Organic Syntheses, Inc., and Professor Leonard’s colleagues and students, in recognition of his impact on the Illinois community and beyond. At the time of Professor Leonard’s retirement in 1986, he had been at the University of Illinois for 44 years, directed 120 graduate students, and published over 400 papers.

The purpose of the fund is to bring world-renowned lecturers to Illinois to present the latest in scholarly developments and research. Past lecturers include Nobel Laureates Thomas Cech and Phillip Sharp, and former United States Secretary of Energy Steven Chu.

Gift amount

LAS Annual Fund for Chemical Sciences

Provides unrestricted support for the School of Chemical Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in areas with the greatest need, such as upgrades to equipment and facilities that our world-class faculty members need to conduct the research that continues to set our institution apart.

Gift amount

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