Five UAlbany Foundation Funds Support Our Program

Donors can choose any of these funds listed below. First, enter the UAlbany Foundation donor page. Scroll down and select, "A specific school or program (click to view more options)." Scroll down to select, "Other." You can identify a specific fund in the COMMENTS box.


     
The Charles and Harriet Adams Fund  
   
This fund was inaugurated in 1993, and supports our students with scholarships for tuition and stipends, research expenses, travel to professional meetings, and instructional support.  
     
The Margaret Stewart Biodiversity Scholarship Fund  

Meg Stewart, a SUNY Distinguihed Teaching Professot, was our program's first Director. Her endowment was established in 2004, and awards student scholarships on the basis of merit and need.

 
   
A UAlbany alumnus and a close friend of Harriet Adam, Mr. Osborne was a biologist who helped begin our program. This endowment begain with a 1993 gift to the UAlbany Alumni Association by his daughters, Harriet Osborne Martin and Elains Osborne. The Edward Osborne Fund  
   
This fund supports scholarship and research awards for students in the program.  
     
Mrs. Karker's 2005 gift honors Professor Margaret Stewart, and is specifially aimed to support female graduate students in our program. The Helga Kaker M.S. '75 Scholarship Fund  
   
This fund emphasizes scholarship support for female graduate students with financial need.  
     
A UAlbany alumna in Biological Sciences, Mrs. Lee paid a 2007 visit from her home in Californis with the intent of contributing to UAlbany. She was particularly interested in helping future students, and she selected our program as the recipient of a contribution from her estate. The Anna May Lee Biodivresity Research Fund  
 
This fund emphasizes support for student research through scholarships awards that assist our students with their research projects.