Businesses, corporations, individuals and foundations give generously to UAF
This report reflects gifts and donations totaling $25,000 or more to the University of Alaska Fairbanks between Aug. 1, 2023, and Oct. 31, 2023.
BUSINESS AND CORPORATE
ConocoPhillips Alaska gave to the GeoFORCE Alaska Support Fund and the Rural Alaska Honors Institute.
ICHARR (Interior Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant and Retailers Association) gave to the UAF CTC Culinary Arts Program Support Fund and the Larry Hackenmiller ICHARR Endowed Hospitality Scholarship.
Northern Star gave to the Mining and Petroleum Training Service Support Fund.
The Pollock Conservation Cooperative, composed of Trident Seafoods, Glacier Fish Company and American Seafoods Company, gave to the Pollock Conservation Cooperative Research Center Endowment.
Teck Resources Alaska gave to the GeoFORCE Alaska Support Fund.
An anonymous gift was given to the Pat and Ken Weaver Family Scholarship.
William ’73 and Andrea Benitz gave to the Jack Distad Memorial Scholarship.
Annette MacFadyen Clark* and Donald Clark* ’56 gave to the Annette McFadyen Clark and Donald W. Clark Endowed Scholarship.
E. R. “Dolly” Dieter gave to the Dieter Family Marine Science Research Scholarship and the Dieter Family Tsunami Bowl Endowment.
Nancy L. Eliason established the Nancy L. Hastings Eliason Beringian Research Endowment.
Catherine E. Madsen gave to the Catherine Madsen Circumpolar Ethnomusicology Support Fund.
Lael W. Morgan* gave to the Rasmuson Library Archives Support Fund and the Shanon Gallant Memorial Art Scholarship.
Lisa Gay Okubo* gave to the Denise and Mark Wartes Rural Alaska Honors Institute Endowment.
Brian T. Rasley ’90 established the Dave and Luella Rasley Memorial Endowed CBSM Scholarship and gave to the UAF Science Olympiad Support Fund.
Virginia R. Rausch* ’68 gave to the UAF Annual Fund.
Alan Straub ’66 gave to the Alan Straub Civil Engineering Equipment Support Fund.
FOUNDATION AND ASSOCIATION
Rasmuson Foundation gave to the Museum Annual Fund in support of the UA Museum of the North’s Rose Berry Alaska Art Gallery renovation.