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Environmental & Plant Biology Giving Opportunities

Stacy Welker, first recipient of the Norman S. Cohn Research Fellowship.
Stacy Welker, first recipient of the Norman S. Cohn Research Fellowship.

The Environmental & Plant Biology Department’s current fundraising priorities include scholarships, research and conference funding, and facilities. Below is a list of current funds you can support today with an online gift.

General Support

Environmental & Plant Biology

  • General support for the department

Student Scholarships

Charles E. Miller Scholarship and Research Fund

  • For full-time botany majors on the Athens campus

The Lela A. Ewers Science Scholarship

  • Scholarships for undergraduate students on the Athens campus

Wilson Endowment - Botany

  • Scholarships and stipends for graduate students

Research and Conference Funding

The Department of Environmental & Plant Biology Faculty and Staff Memorial Fund

  • Funds research and conference expenses for undergraduate students
  • Honors the memory of Warren A. Wistendahl, Laurence Larson, Monroe T. Vermilion, Robert M. Lloyd, Elizabeth D. Moore, J. Herbert Graffius, and Norman S. Cohn.

Marian R. and David N. Keller Undergraduate Student Support Fund

  • Provides funding for undergraduate students to conduct research, fieldwork, and conference travel

The Norman S. Cohn Research Fellowship in Plant Cell and Molecular Biology

  • Provides summer fellowship to pursue research with a faculty member in Environmental & Plant Biology

The Lee S. & Irene E. Roach Graduate Endowment

  • Assists with conference, workshop, or research expenses for graduate students in plant cellular and molecular biology

Dysart Woods Fund

  • Provides funds for stewardship of 50-acre tract of old-growth oak forest located in Belmont County, Ohio

Contact Us

If you have questions about giving, or if you have interest in establishing a new fund, please contact:

David Johnson
Director of Development, Major Giving
johnsod7@ohio.edu
740-597-1604