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There are several different ways you can help the Scott-Ritchey Research Center in its mission to improve animal health. These are Direct Giving, the Scott Donations Program, and the Swaim Fund for Excellence.
Direct Giving ensures that your donation goes directly to the Scott-Ritchey Research Center. Even the smallest donations can make a difference. In addition, there are multiple naming opportunities, ranging from laboratory equipment, to laboratories, endowed professorships and buildings. For more information on Direct Giving, please contact Development Office, College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Scott Donations Fund carries on the historical founding program of the Center. This program is now used exclusively to fund the Interdepartmental Grants Program, which awards small grants to faculty who are not in the Center to encourage research across the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Swaim Fund for Excellence was established to recognize excellence at the College of Veterinary Medicine, in honor of Dr. Steven Swaim, Professor emeritus of the Scott-Ritchey Research Center and the Department of Clinical Sciences.
For veterinarians wishing to make memorial donations, please visit the Scott Donations Fund page and complete the appropriate form.