THE CAMPAIGN FOR UB
The following is a selection of recent gifts made to the University at Buffalo
The estate of John F. Nugent, J.D. ’50, gave $195,380 to the Law School’s Generation to Generation campaign.
Kenneth J. Gollmann, B.S. ’65, pledged $100,000 to the School of Management for the Kenneth and Sally Gollmann Scholarship Fund.
Ixia gave a gift-in-kind valued at $84,470 to the Office of the Vice President for University Services. The gifts are three Ixia 1600 chassis with LM1000T-1 multilayer gigabit ethernet load modules and related software applications, given to Operational Support Services at UB.
Irene W. Ebert and family have made a gift to the Law School to establish the Frederick C. Ebert Scholarship.
The Cameron Baird Foundation has pledged $50,000 to WBFO 88.7 FM for its digitization project.
Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund gave $50,000 to the Graduate School of Education for a study of successful leadership in elementary and secondary schools in high-poverty neighborhoods.
Verizon pledged $50,000 to the University at Buffalo’s Center for Computational Research to support "Next Generation Scientists: Training for Students and Teachers."
Taher A. Razik, professor emeritus, Department of Educational Organization and Administration, and his wife, Myra S. Razik, have pledged $40,000 to the Graduate School of Education for the Taher Razik Student Lounge.
Erma R. Hallett Jaeckle, J.D. ’36, honorary campaign chair, gave $25,000 to the Law School for the Jaeckle Center for State and Government Law, bringing her total campaign giving to $162,000.
A group of anonymous friends gave $25,000 to the College of Arts and Sciences for the Institute for Jewish Thought.
Helena M. Hale, M.S. ’60, gave $8,400 to the School of Nursing for the Helena M. Hale Scholarship Fund.
Eugene L. Gaier, UB professor emeritus in the Department of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology, gave $5,542 to the College of Arts and Sciences for a printmaking scholarship fund.
Donna M. Juenker, Ph.D. ’88, gave $5,000 to the School of Nursing.
Anita Ranney Thomas, B.S. ’38, gave $5,000 to the School of Management for the Anita Ranney Thomas Fund for Undergraduate Academic Support.
Mark E. Zmijewski, Ph.D. ’83 & M.B.A. ’81, gave $5,000 to the School of Management for the Accounting and Law Department’s Education Research and Fellowship Fund.