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Giving to Biological Sciences


Alumni and friends provide essential support for the Department of Biological Science‚Äôs teaching and research missions contributing to solutions to some of society's most pressing environmental and health problems and educating the problem solvers of the future. Through annual unrestricted support and major gifts designated for special purposes, your generosity plays a critical role in our ability to fulfill our mission and is not only deeply appreciated but also greatly needed. 

Unrestricted Support

Your unrestricted gift provides the Department with flexibility to support whatever areas are most in need.  Recent gifts have supported our annual Darwin Day celebrations, improvements to the course-based undergraduate research experiences (e.g., BIOL 270, 271, and 272), and new microscopes for the histology lab.

Undergraduate Support

Help ensure that the problem solvers of the future receive the best training and education possible by supporting field trips, research opportunities, teaching laboratory equipment, and undergraduate fellowships and awards.

Graduate Support

Support graduate education and the future research capabilities of our State and Nation with gifts for graduate fellowships, research travel, research supplies and equipment, attendance at symposia, and tuition support.

Faculty, Research, and Facilities

The excellence of the Department depends on gifts that support Symposia and Distinguished Lecture Series, Postdoctoral Fellowships, research equipment, and renovation or replacement of facilities, and named Teaching rooms and Laboratories

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Your Donations at Work


Your donations provided a critical foundation for the Baviary, a new facility for studying birds, bats and small mammals at the Red River Zoo!  




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Physical/delivery address: 1340 Bolley Drive, 201 Stevens Hall Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: Biological Sciences, Dept. 2715, North Dakota State University, PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050

Last Updated: Thursday, November 21, 2019 5:23:35 PM
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