—Nancy Lohr (PE‘62, MS‘69)
The Edward Henry Kraus Natural Science Building is slated to become the School of Kinesiology's new home in 2020. Designed by renowned architect Albert Kahn, the Kraus Building has been a university landmark since 1915. We are honored to be the newest residents of this beautiful and historic structure. For the first time in our school’s history, all our faculty, students, staff, and research will be together under one roof.
Annual gifts from alumni and friends provide critical funds that are immediately available and vital for the success of the School of Kinesiology. They help meet emerging challenges and contribute toward student aid, research opportunities, career development initiatives, and much more.
You can directly support areas you feel passionate about by designating your gift to specific areas within the school. We encourage you to click on the link below to explore more options.
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A donor can create a legacy by endowing a named scholarship, research fund, fellowship, or professorship that will impact future generations of leaders and best.
Planned Giving helps you meet your personal, financial and estate planning goals by making a lifetime or bequest charitable gift. There are many options that allow you to take advantage of charitable giving deductions while providing you with income. Please contact Louis Perdue at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-615-9678 to discuss further details.
Your child is on an amazing adventure here at the School of Kinesiology. During their time at U-M, students discover their true voice, develop their own ideas, and blaze new trails into the future. They collaborate with world-class faculty and form lifetime friendships with other students from around the world. They encounter new perspectives and transformative experiences in extraordinary learning environments, on and off campus. They become the leaders of tomorrow.
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You can increase your gift to U-M by making use of your company's matching gift program.
If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. Or, go online to your employer’s matching gift webpage and submit a claim. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to U-M may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses.
To see if your employer will match your gift, please visit the Leaders & Best website's Matching Gifts page: https://leadersandbest.umich.edu/how/matching.
Note: Gift pledges to the University may be fulfilled only through payments from the donors of the gifts. Matching gifts from employers are not eligible to be included in pledge payments.
The University of Michigan’s Business Engagement Center (BEC) is industry’s front door to the University of Michigan.They form partnerships between companies and university faculty and students, to advance shared research and education goals.
The BEC is a pathway connecting dynamic organizations with remarkable talent and resources. "We inspire successful collaboration and act as a catalyst to create meaningful, invaluable partnerships. We connect the world’s brightest minds with the world’s greatest companies, sparking innovation and change through collaboration."
The BEC pushes for results for the University, our School, faculty, students, and the organizations they work with. They help form collaborations to make an impact locally, nationally, and globally. Established in 2007, the BEC is sponsored jointly by the U-M Office of Research and the Office of University Development, and is housed in the North Campus Research Complex.
The BEC supports faculty and students by: