Willis G. Gregory Society

Willis G. Gregory, dean of the University of Buffalo School of Pharmacy from 1890 to 1936, embodied the spirit of the school he was affiliated with for more than 50 years.

Gregory—who UB Chancellor Samuel Capen described as "the heart and essence of the pharmacy school"—elevated the profession of pharmacy through his leadership while serving as a guide and friend to faculty and students.

Gregory challenged his faculty to excel and they responded by contributing to the sciences underlying the pharmacist's art and to pharmaceutical methods of training used to this day throughout the United States.

Donors to the Willis G. Gregory Society make annual gifts of $1,000 or more to the school. The Society represents distinguished donors who share the school's vision and commitment to innovative pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical and clinical research, and high-quality instruction.

Members receive recognition in the school's honor roll of donors and in the university's annual report of private giving. Additionally, you will enjoy the recognition of your peers, the appreciation of alumni, faculty and friends, and the gratitude of the many students your gifts assist as they prepare for their professional careers.