University at Albany
 

Program Funds:

University Wide

For information regarding these funds, please contact the University at Albany Foundation.

Ted Anderson Law Fund
Established by the generosity of Theodore C. Anderson III, Esq. ’82, this fund may be utilized to sponsor seminars and/or symposia on the topic of the law, provide support for legal topic lectures, etc. at UAlbany.

Bloomstone Family Legacy Fund for Student Enrichment
The Bloomstone Family Legacy Fund for Student Enrichment provides financial support for the programs, initiatives and student-oriented opportunities occurring within the University at Albany’s Office of Access and Academic Enrichment. This generous pledge was made in honor of Christopher Fernando, Ph.D., former Director of the University at Albany’s Office of Access and Academic Enrichment, in recognition of his excellent work and mentoring of students.

Endowment for Innovation
A core endowment to be used for support where the need is the greatest, and to promote innovation in the University’s programs.

Emeritus Center Endowment
Generously established by William L. Reese, II, Ph.D., this fund provides support for a variety of programs & initiatives that occur at UAlbany’s Emeritus Center, including but not limited to providing community awareness of the importance of private support for the University at Albany.

Lavan Family Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies Endowment
Established by Maryanne Lavan ’81, in memory of her bother, Matt, this fund will provide support for the priorities, initiatives and programs occurring at The Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Lavan Family Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) Endowment
Established by Maryanne Lavan ’81, this fund will provide support for UAlbany’s Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. The endowment may be used for overall support of the Center and those who utilized the services provides by the Center. Examples include, but are not limited to: emergency funding for students, travel expenses, program enrichment, enhancing lending researches, office initiatives, etc. This fund was established in memory of, and in honor of, Maryanne’s beloved brother Matt.

Charles W. Lickel ’77 and Ray Letourneau Diversity Endowment
The Charles W. Lickel ’77 and Ray Letourneau Diversity Endowment provides program support for the University at Albany’s Gender and Sexuality Resource Center within the Office of Intercultural Student Engagement and the Division of Student Success. The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) persons at UAlbany. The Center further enhances UAlbany’s commitment to social justice and diversity by supporting students of all backgrounds and cultural identities and is a valuable source of support and networking for students, faculty and staff.

Professor Reese "Three Voices" Endowment

Generously established by William L. Reese II, Ph.D., The Professor Reese “Three Voices” Endowment provides support for programs and initiatives occurring at the Emeritus Center, at the University at Albany and within the local community. The initiatives and programs supported by this endowment should equally reflect the “Three Voices” of the Emeritus Center, which include Research, Teaching and Service.  The Donor is grateful to President Kermit L. Hall for having the vision to establish the Emeritus Center and encourage Emeriti to continue their research, teaching, and university service—along with a strong sense of community.