Supporting the College of PsychologyYour gift may be designated to an existing fund or endowment listed below or you may choose to create a new fund supporting an area of your choosing within the mission of the College of Psychology. To give online visit here.
Psychology Unrestricted Fund provides support above and beyond the operating budget for Psychology initiatives, faculty and students.
Psychology Dean's Discretionary provides support where the need is greatest.
Morris Aderman Student Fund supports student presentations and travel to professional conferences. This fund was originally established by friends and alumni in Morry's memory.
David P. Boder Psychology Fund supports the restoration, preservation and accessibility of over 130 oral interviews with displaced persons of the Holocaust conducted by former Psychology Professor, Dr. Boder.
Center for Research and Service provides funds to expand non-profit consulting center services and to provide real-world experiences for Psychology students.
Kedge Fund supports student academic success.
Division Funds support activities unique to Psychology divisions
Business, Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Special Endowed Funds endowment personally designated by you in honor or memory of an individual, family or organization for a designated purpose with a gift or (group of gifts) of $100,000 or more. The interest earned on the endowment principal supports Psychology in perpetuity. Future gifts of any amount are encouraged to continue to grow the endowment.
William C. Bartholomay Endowed Psychology Scholarship an endowment created in 2010 by trustee and board of overseer Bill Bartholomay for psychology undergraduate funding.
Nambury S. Raju Psychology Chair an Industrial/Organizational endowed faculty chair to support the recruitment and retention of a distinguished faculty member. Funded by revenue generated by the Center for Research and Service and through gifts from friends and alumni of the I/O division.
Rehabilitation Psychology Chair an endowed faculty chair supporting the recruitment and retention of a distinguished Rehabilitation Psychology faculty member. Naming opportunities are available with a leadership gift.
Charles "Arch" Pounian Fellowship an endowment that supports a top notch I/O student each year with tuition and stipend. This is a competitive award. Arch's family and friends established this fund in his honor in 2005.
Phil S. and Harriett C. Shurrager Industrial/Organizational Psychology Endowed Fellowship provides funding for one I/O graduate student each year. Established in 2011 to recognize the vast contributions to the field by Phil and Harriett over 26 years at IIT.
Mary Vermillion Graduate Fellowship an endowment providing graduate tuition and stipend. Established by Mary as a bequest. Many of Mary's former students continue to donate in her memory.
David J. Vitale Undergraduate Scholarship Endowment provides partial tuition scholarships for incoming and continuing undergraduate students. Established in 2010 by trustee and charter overseer, David Vitale.
Special (Exclusive) Named Funds personally designated expendable funds may be established to remember or honor an individual, family or organization with a gift (or group of gifts) of $25,000 or more. Future gifts of any amount are encouraged to continue to support its purpose. A named term fund may be established with a gift of $25,000 to $99,000 and may be expended over 5 to 20 years.
David Vitale Undergraduate Scholarship Fund provides partial tuition for incoming and continuing undergraduate students. Established in 1998.