Chemistry

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Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to provide graduate student support in the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts to provide support to one-time and near term goals of the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts in honor of Stephen L. Buchwald to provide financial support to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry, with preference for students studying organic chemistry.
Gifts to provide support to one-time and near term goals of the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts to renovate research space in the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts towards a comprehensive renovation of the Chemistry Department Undergraduate Labs
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to provide graduate student support in the Department of Chemistry.
Gifts to establish an endowed fund to support the John S. Waugh Lectureship in Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry. The costs of the lectureship may include, but are not limited to honoraria, travel and accommodations, events and promotions, video recordings, publications, and other activities associated with lectures. Excess income may be used to provide general support for the Department of Chemistry, with a preference for activities in physical chemistry.
Gifts to support a graduate fellowship named for Richard R. Schrock, Nobel Laureate and Frederick G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry.
Gifts to establish a Robert J. Silbey Career Development Professorship.
Gifts to support a graduate fellowship named in memory of the late Professor Satoru Masamune.
Gifts to support a graduate fellowship named for Stephen J. Lippard, Arthur Amos Noyes Professor of Chemistry.