How many times in the last week have you thought about the science of chemistry?
But when you do actually stop to think about chemistry the impact the science has on our everyday lives quickly becomes apparent.
Chemistry, known as the central science, is essential to the development of life-saving pharmaceuticals, advances in agriculture and food production, renewable energy sources, safer plastics and more.
The College at Brockport has a proud tradition of turning out scientists who work at the forefront of chemistry, solving the most pressing problems of the 21st century.
Professor Emeritus Emory Morris has challenged the Brockport community to help fund that tradition for years to come.
Through The Morris Challenge, Professor Morris will match all donations to the Undergraduate Research Fellowships in Chemistry or the Morris Chemistry Research Challenge Fund up to $100,000. When you make a gift to either program, your dollars are doubled in value, providing even more opportunities for promising students.
Won't you please help us reach our goal and create valuable research opportunities in
chemistry for our students? You can see a list of donors to the challenge here.
Make your gift online today!
Enter Emory Morris Challenge in the "Comment" field. Enter the amount of your gift and follow PayPal’s directions to complete your gift. You will receive a confirmation of your transaction that you will be able to print for your records. You will also receive a written acknowledgment from the College via US mail.
Gifts by Mail
To make your gift by mail, forward your check to:
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY 14420
Write "Emory Morris Challenge" in the memo line of your check.
Gifts by Phone
To make your gift by phone, or for any information about giving to Brockport, please call Brad Schreiber, Director of Development, at (585) 395-2451 or by email at email@example.com.
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