Unrestricted gifts have the highest impact. They can be applied to our most critical needs, which change from year to year as new opportunities emerge.
Support our bold plan to renovate Altgeld Hall and Illini Hall to create a new collaborative environment for mathematics learning and discovery.
An unrestricted endowment fund, primarily used to create named endowments for the support of students and/or faculty in the Department of Mathematics.
Scholarships, Fellowships, and Research Experiences
Scholarships enable and encourage the most promising admitted undergraduate mathematics students to pursue a superb education at Illinois.
Support graduate student research experiences.
Support undergraduate student research experiences.
For four $4,000 scholarships to be awarded annually to qualified minority students in Actuarial Science at the University of Illinois.
For scholarships, fellowships, stipends, development of lecture series in actuarial sciences, reasonable administrative and promotional expenses.
The Lois M. Lackner Mathematics Fellowship (#773542)
This fellowship is for female graduate students in mathematics, with preference given to students of Czechoslovakian descent.
The Lois M. Lackner Mathematics Scholarship (#773542)
This scholarship is for female undergraduate students in mathematics, with preference given to students of Czechoslovakian descent.
This fund is used to support graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants of Merit sections, the remodeling of an additional Merit classroom, or for general operating expenses of the program. The Merit Workshop Program offers an alternative teaching style in calculus classes for students who are members of groups that tend to be underrepresented in the areas of mathematics, science, and engineering. This includes women, ethnic minorities, and students from rural high schools. More information about this program is available at the Merit Workshop Program website.
To provide support for graduate students who are pursuing specialization in number theory in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Support of graduate students, including, but not limited to, travel support for graduate students to go to conferences and workshops, but not restricted to just travel. Also for needs that arise in the lives of graduate students that cannot be foreseen.
Funds shall be used to provide fellowships to graduate students who are enrolled in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
To provide scholarships or fellowships for worthy or needy students desiring to do undergraduate or graduate work in mathematics at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
Funds will be used for graduate fellowships in Mathematics.
Graduate fellowships for needy students in Mathematics.
To provide a partial scholarship for high school students attending the NetMath Program at the University of Illinois.
Uses may include but are not restricted to any or all of the following purposes: 1) Graduate Fellowships; 2) Merit-based Scholarships; 3) Faculty Support; 4) Library Support.
The Fund shall be used to provide financial aid to graduate students in the Department of Mathematics of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Fund shall be used to provide scholarships and/or fellowships to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Fund shall be used to provide scholarships for undergraduate students. Awards are given based on a student's GPA and strength of courses with preference given to senior-to-be or junior-to-be students. The fund was established in 1974, a bequeath by Elizabeth R. Bennett who received her Master's Degree in Mathematics in 1908 and her Ph.D. in 1910 from the University of Illinois Urbana campus.
The Fund shall be used to provide fellowships to graduate students or faculty members in combinatorial areas of mathematics or statistics related to the research interests of E. T. Parker.
The Fund shall be used to provide library materials, equipment and services to support the information needs of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Funds shall be used to enhance and support the Mathematics Library.
Funds donated to the Mathematics Library Fund go to support the current operational needs of the library.
Those donating to the Mathematics Library Endowment will see their contributions grow and have an impact over time.
An endowment to support the Mathematics Library in perpetuity. Initially established by Mathematics Librarian Nancy Anderson, professor of library administration who retired in 2000. Her 10-year pledge is a challenge to be matched by gifts from faculty, students, alumni, and friends to continue support of the Mathematics Library housed in Altgeld Hall.
Prizes and Awards
Each year undergraduates will be able to work on a summer project from a list of possible subjects and write an essay about their work. A prize will be given each year for the best essay by an undergraduate.
The Fund shall be used to provide awards to one or more graduate students who are enrolled in the field of algebra in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois.
The funds shall be used to (1) annually award the H. Roy Brahana Prize in Mathematics to an outstanding student, undergraduate or graduate, with excellence in mathematics, without regard to the college or curriculum in which the student is enrolled; and (2) to annually award one or more outstanding teaching assistant(s) in mathematics with instructional awards.
Funds shall be used to provide financial awards for students who have completed their doctoral studies in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Funds shall be used to provide an award to a graduate student who has completed at least one year of graduate work toward the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Mathematics at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The award shall be given in the spring of odd-numbered years beginning in 1989.
A memorial fund for Samuel I. Goldberg. Use to be determined.
To support the activities of the existing Number Theory Program at the University of Illinois.
To be used in area of applied mathematics.
The Fund shall be used to support an annual series of public lectures by a distinguished mathematician. The lecture series are called the Arthur B. Coble Memorial Lectures.
The Fund shall be used by the Department of Mathematics for a Waldemar Trjitzinsky annual lecture series. These expenses may include but are not limited to honorarium, travel and accommodations, publicity, receptions and publications associated with the lecture series.
To support Professor D'Arcy in teaching the Casualty Contingencies course.