KU Endowment 125 years of philanthropy

KU Endowment celebrates 125th anniversary

group of five men posing for photo

Gift from Jedel Family Trust establishes Opportunity Fund for KU Honors Program

Merlin Butler, M.D., Ph.D., and Barbara Anthony-Twarog, Ph.D.

2016 Chancellors Club professors specialize in genetic disorders, astronomy

John Bossi

Engineering alumnus leaves $2 million gift to department

Eaton Hall

Koch Industries gift of $1 million establishes business, engineering scholarship funds

LEEP2 classroom

Gift endows chemical engineering fund at KU

Elizabeth Schultz, on the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Retired KU educator’s gift commitment establishes Melville professorship

student on computer looking at sound graph

Engineering receives $4.1 million in-kind software gift

A. Drue Jennings

Gifts establish medical oncology professorship at KU Med

Kent and Donna Saylor of Sabetha, Kansas

Fund provides performing arts access to Sabetha students

Dr. Luther Fry and Ardis Fry

Gift turns professorship into Chair of Ophthalmology at KU

Students and faculty at commencement holding up Thank You signs

Far Above: The Campaign for Kansas raises more than $1.6 billion

Nancy and Wint Winter, Sr.

Couple’s estate gift gives $3.5 million to athletics, law

Donald Rozema and Patricia Rozema Taylor

Scholarships to benefit KU design, engineering students

Irving Kuraner

Alumnus estate gift establishes $4 million scholarship fund

Joyce Hayhow

Hayhow elected chair of KU Academic Medical Center advisory board

Dr. Roy Jensen

Hall Family Foundation gift supports comprehensive cancer center designation

Hall Center for the Humanities

Hall Family Foundation gift supports Hall Center programs

Roy Jensen, M.D. and Robert Shively, executive director of the Kansas Masonic Foundation

Masons’ $5 million gift enhances Midwest Cancer Alliance

Diane Klepper, M.D.

Physician educator gives $1 million for Health Education Building

Malott Hall

Gift creates professorship to educate physicists

In October, in addition to a public performance, Black Violin performed and interacted with students at Free State and Lawrence High Schools.

Gifts support student access at the Lied Center of Kansas

Pamela Miller and Michael Cummings

Passion for architecture, reading sparks couple to plan $2 million estate gift for KU