Current Funding Priorities
The Washington State University Spokane campus has identified the following funds as the highest priorities for the campus at this time:
This fund supports the most urgent needs in teaching, research, and scholarship at WSU Health Sciences Spokane. Unrestricted funds enable quick action in the face of unanticipated needs, and help to ensure continuity in educational and research excellence.
Research funding has tripled since our founding as a health sciences campus in 2010. This fund supports our faculty and student research efforts. Symposiums, lectures, along with professional development and opportunities to disseminate research are all areas that benefit from your investment.
Scholarships are awarded annually to Spokane campus students enrolled in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, nutrition and exercise physiology, and speech and hearing. Scholarship funding enables students to realize the freedom to participate fully in leadership opportunities, research, academic clubs, and civic engagement.
WSU’s Gleason Institute for Neuroscience is taking an integrated approach to research and care for those suffering from ALS and other debilitating neurogenerative diseases. Investment will support research, care, and exposure to adaptive technology for patients, families, and their care givers.
Why make a gift?
You can make a difference in the quality of the student experience here with your gift because it will enable us to:
- Provide scholarships and financial aid to students
- Recruit and retain world-class faculty
- Purchase new equipment for laboratories and classrooms
- Support student and faculty research
- Fund student travel to professional conferences to present their work