Provides funding to support and advance research and scholarly activity of the Laboratory of Scott Baird in the Dept. of Biological Sciences. Use of funds can include, but is not limited to, lab supplies, purchase of equipment, graduate student support, and travel for conferences and professional development activities. If the Baird Laboratory were to close, all remaining funds in the account are to be transferred into the Bio. Sci. Student Research and Travel Program Fund.
This fund was established to support the functions and purposes of the Department of Biological Sciences.
This program was established to fund scholarships for students majoring in Biological Sciences programs.
Funds to conduct, present, and publish research generated through experiential learning in fertility and regeneration courses (e.g. BIO3140), and continued as independent projects under the guidance of Dr. Labib Rouhana. Restrictions: Not to be used for salaries.
This fund was established to anticipate additional funds from future derives by Beavercreek firefighters and from interest generated by publicity from this gift.
To fund research in comparative physiology
For the renovation of the CLS Program Didactic Laboratory. Uses can include but are not limited to construction costs, furnishings, technology and equipment infrastructure, etc. within the space. When the renovation is complete, if there is a balance in the fund, those funds will be transfered into the CLS Program Fund.
Scholarships for the Dept. of Bio. Sci. Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
John and Helen Rossmiller established this fund to provide scholarships to aid and encourage scholarly activity by undergraduate students in the Biological Sciences program.
This scholarship is for undergraduate Biological Science or Environmental Science majors. Recipients must have financial need, above average academics, be from Ohio and have leadership qualities.
To fund research in aquatic ecology.
This fund was established to fund greenhouse space and research in plant ecology including projects on invasive species, conservation issues, forest change, and wildflowers.
This fund was established to provide funding for research and travel for students in the Department of Biological Sciences.