Celebrating 10 Years: Chemistry Undergraduate Research Fund
Inaugural CURF recipient Gwen Bitker Isaacson '11 presents her research at the American Chemical Association National Meeting and Exposition in March 2011.
24 more students have taken part in groundbreaking summer research, thanks to you.
Thank you for your visionary commitment to CURF—you have made an indelible impact on our students, our campus, and our community.
We extend an additional thank you to our founding donors as well as to those who made gifts to CURF since July 1, 2011, as those gifts count toward our A model for living and learning campaign.
Recipients To Date
Thanks to you, the Chemistry Undergraduate Research Fund (CURF) at the University of Minnesota, Morris is celebrating its 10th year as a premier vehicle for student research.
Established in December 2007, CURF has disbursed $84,162 in support and has provided research opportunities for 24 students.
With a current fund balance of $276,958.30, CURF is destined to continue growing and aiding UMM students far into the future.