Chemistry General Support
Your gift supports outstanding academic programs, the pursuit of new knowledge, and innovative research within the Department of Chemistry. This fund allows us the most flexibility to address our greatest needs, including graduate student recruitment, community building within the Department and social media marketing.
Chemistry Honors Program
The Chemistry Honor Program funds will be used to promote undergraduate honors curriculum in the Department of Chemistry.
Kauzlarich Inorganic Award, with Matching Support from the UC Davis Foundation
Established in 2012 by Chair of the Department of Chemistry, Susan Kauzlarich to help women in science. This fund provides a new award to one or more chemistry majors of junior or senior status for outstanding undergraduate research in inorganic chemistry annually.
Marilyn M. Olmstead Student Excellence Award in X-Ray Crystallography
The Marilyn M. Olmstead Student Excellence Award in X-ray Crystallography will be used to provide a financial award to an undergraduate or graduate student in the area of excellence in X-Ray Crystallography.
Novel Psychedelic-Inspired Neurotherapeutics Fund
Your donations will be used to support projects aimed at developing novel psychedelic-inspired neurotherapeutics and understanding their mechanisms of action. Funds will be used to purchase supplies and support researchers working in these areas. With your help, we hope to harness the neural plasticity-promoting power of psychedelics to alleviate human suffering caused by diseases such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance use disorder.
R. Bryan Miller Symposium
Your gift to the Miller Symposium supports an annual two-day symposium of academic and industry leaders in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Susan M. Kauzlarich Graduate Fellowship in Inorganic Chemistry
The Fellowship will be awarded to graduate students pursuing a Ph.D. chemistry, who have a research area focused on inorganic chemistry. Preference for the Fellowship will be given to inorganic materials chemistry students.