School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy Compounding Lab

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When you donate to this fund, you are supporting the school's highest priority.

Gifts to this fund may qualify you for the 1848 Society and entitle you to special benefits.

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The generosity of alumni and friends has played a defining role in the ability of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy to deliver one of the best professional pharmacy educations and to maintain one of the top scientific research programs in the country.

The School’s continuing success will be defined by its ability to support our students and compete with peer institutions in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Your gifts will help keep the doors to a professional pharmacy education open to students from all socio-economic backgrounds and ensure that the school can continue to attract and retain top graduate students and faculty. Gifts will also allow the School to find creative ways to meet students’ and faculty’s changing academic and professional needs. To ensure this bright future, the School is seeking gifts in the following priority areas:

Key Priorities for an Extraordinary Future…

Respond to Opportunities and Challenges: School of Pharmacy Annual Fund

Annual unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund move the School forward by providing a base of flexible funds to respond to challenges and opportunities that make the greatest impact. These needs change from year to year—sometimes from month to month—and this moving target of need and opportunity make unrestricted giving essential for the School’s success.

Advance Special Initiatives and Programs

To prepare for a strong future, the School must build a base of permanent support for targeted research and educational programs that emerge in response to the rapid changes taking place in today’s scientific and health-care marketplace. Gifts to build these endowments are an investment in the faculty’s expertise to improve the health and well being of people everywhere.