Maryanne Mather Fund

Dental student working on a dental model of a mouth.

Honoring the memory of a dedicated staff member, this fund provides annual scholarships for dental students.

The Maryanne Mather Fund provides annual scholarships for one or two dental students who have conducted research in the area of periodontics or preventative dentistry.

Maryanne Mather, B.S. '66, was a dedicated staff member in the Department of Periodontics and Endodontics within the School of Dental Medicine. The fund, named in her honor, was established in 2005 by Dr. Sebastian Ciancio, D.D.S. '61, Ms. Janet Mather, Ed.M. '87, and other friends and family.

The School of Dental Medicine is a pioneer in the field—a research titan, and a shining example of the best of dental education, community engagement and global leadership. Maintaining our lead is expensive. Increasing our lead requires a $43 million investment, more visionary donors and additional philanthropic support. But the payoff is immense: With your help, our world-class research, education, clinical facilities and experiences will better prepare our students, redefine and strengthen dental medicine, and improve the health of countless millions of people.

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