March 21 is Sun Devil Giving Day!
We're grateful you're here! At the ASU School of Life Sciences, our students are pursuing diverse careers in fields like medicine, biotechnology, conservation, neuroscience, clean energy, ecology and microbiology.
These are our future doctors, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs who are facing some of the world's most critical issues. We are counting on them. Our world is counting on them.
But without your help, many students will not be able to attend college and the world may not know their potential.
We invite you to invest in our future by supporting a student today through undergraduate and graduate scholarships and student research programs.
Gifts like yours helped Charity Bhebhe, who believed in making a difference - and pursued her passion, even when it was halfway around the world. A native of Zimbabwe, Charity found her way to ASU to study molecular biology and biotechnology.
She developed research skills in the SOLUR undergraduate research program. And now, a graduate of the School of Life Sciences, she is working on her pharmacology doctorate at Cambridge. She hopes to develop therapies for human disease and improve health in disadvantaged communities.
Your contributions are truly making an impact. Please, help us make a difference by coming together and doing good in the world.
Believe. Come together. Do good.
Undergraduate Scholarship Fund
To support scholarships for undergraduate students enrolled in degree programs of the School of Life Sciences.
SOLUR Undergraduate Research Program
To support undergraduate students by providing a stipend to conduct research as part of the School of Life Sciences.
Graduate Fellowships Fund
To recruit and retain exceptional graduate students by providing partial or full support for tuition, fees or research costs.
SOLS Graduate Partners in Science Education
To support graduate students in their science outreach efforts to underserved K-8 students in local elementary schools.
School of Life Sciences
Supports expenses for departmental seminar speakers, expenses related to faculty recruitment, occasional research expenses, and the costs of small departmental functions.