Give to the Department of Psychology

Thank you for your interest in giving to the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, UIC. You may also give at the College level using the LAS Scholarships Fund or the Fund for LAS.

To learn more about the funds, move your mouse over the fund name.

Psychology Fund
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This is an unrestricted fund used to support the academic mission of the Department of Psychology. Your gift to this fund will provide support in a variety of areas including new programs and initiatives; faculty and graduate student recruitment; and speakers and special events that will broaden the educational experiences of our students.

Christopher B. Keys Graduate Student Achievement Award
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The priority for fund use will go toward a Christopher B. Keys Award for Early Outstanding Research Achievement. This will be made annually to a 1st through 3rd year graduate student who is in good standing in the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago whose work best exemplifies the tradition of innovative, adventuresome research conducted by Christopher B. Keys. This fund is also used to support the outstanding achievements of Psychology graduate students that recognizes their outstanding scholarly accomplishments and excellence in teaching. Your gift will allow financial support in recognizing outstanding achievements of our graduate students.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Scholarship Fund
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This fund enables the College to fulfill its commitment to provide critical scholarship support to our undergraduate and graduate students Your gift will help us realize our goal of increasing financial support to deserving students.

The Fund for LAS
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This is an unrestricted fund providing support for the academic mission of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Your gift to this fund will be used in a variety of areas including new programs and initiatives; student scholarships; research awards and enhanced internship opportunities for undergraduate students; graduate fellowships; faculty research; and special events designed to broaden the educational experiences of our students.