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Gifts and commitments reached $345.2 million during the 2020-21 academic year. The previous high was in fiscal year 2019, when alumni and friends gave and pledged $334.6 million.
The gift creates an innovative partnership between the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques, or SALT, Center.
The gift will fund training for practitioners of Indigenous healing traditions and those working in underserved communities.
The gift will allow for the purchase of a nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometer, which the OSIRIS-REx analysis team will use to help find answers to questions about the origins of the solar system.
Fuel the Response was the most successful crowdfunding campaign in university history. To date, the number of donors exceeds 1,500, with $1.3 million raised
The $3.5 million gift creates endowed chairs at Sarver Heart Center and the Eller College of Management.