Laura Sampson grew up hearing that she “wasn’t college material,” but fortunately, she didn’t listen.
Even though she doesn’t benefit personally from scholarship support, she is grateful to UO donors.
Like her scholarship’s namesake, Meredith is at the UO to forge a new path. For her master’s thesis, she’s pursuing a mix of psychology and the arts
He was born nearly 100 years ago, but the late Wilbur M. Watters ’39 will be helping students like Elizabeth Lytle from now on.
Fulbright Fellow uses fossils to predict earthquakes.
It feels rewarding to give.
Your generosity transforms lives.
Gloria and Roger Hunt say giving to the UO was an easy choice.
Iraq veteran Paula Barreto takes nothing for granted about the scholarships helping her achieve a long-delayed dream.
Giving back to help others succeed.
Endowed a need-based fellowship for graduate students that emphasizes giving back through communication and writing.
Jim Shephard has become a champion of strengthening the UO’s standing as an international university.
Lindy Mabuya is the first in her family to graduate high school, move to a different country, and pursue a university degree.
Jim and Donna Anderson have arranged to support several scholarships for PathwayOregon students.
The alumnus and friend’s essential quality was a deep and abiding sense of responsibility.
Ann Brewer of Medford carries on a lifelong connection to the University of Oregon that she shared with her late husband, Fitz.
Scholarships brought Evan Baechler to the UO; an internship led to an offer for his dream job.
Katie Thomas spent a summer studying at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, thanks to a generous visitor.
Charitable gift annuities are a key part of Bill and Mary Triska’s investment strategy for retirement.
Jeannette Kimball’s tribute to her sister, Betty, is taking the form of a permanent endowment supporting scholarships.
After her husband died, Dorothy Goode needed to change her financial strategy in order to maintain her income level. The solution: a charitable remainder unitrust.
When Steve Lord learned how charitable giving could leverage tax savings, he decided the University of Oregon was a natural fit.
Retired professor Yoko McClain traded being a landlord for receiving hassle-free guaranteed income for life. Her planned gift to the University of Oregon also reduced her taxes.
Longtime UO supporters Ginny Clark Reich and her husband, Roger, want to help provide for future generations of UO students.
A Duck-loving pair from Portland plans to help future generations of University of Oregon students achieve the American dream.
Patricia and Terrence Boyer say their return on gift annuities with the University of Oregon Foundation is better than when they had the money in stock.
When Donald Mickelwait sold his company, he took advantage of the opportunity to save taxes by making a substantial gift to the University of Oregon.
A bequest from Ursula “Sue” Moshberger has helped send nineteen promising UO students, including undergraduates, to key professional meetings since the endowment was activated in 2007.