Donors change lives

Forensic anthropologist Katie Waterhouse, ‘13 PhD, trains the next generation of investigators to help families find closure

Donors change lives

Research by scholarship recipient Aref Sayegh will help other Syrian refugees adjust to life in Canada

Donors change lives

Attending university seemed financially out of reach for Kaylan Burns. Enter donor Neil Siemens, ‘66 BSc

Donors change lives

With scholarships alleviating financial pressures, engineering student Brody Clarke played for Team Canada

Donors change lives

A scholarship inspires psychiatry resident Chantelle Bowden, ’16 MD/MBA to help other students cope

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The University of Alberta is building one of the world’s great universities for the public good. We belong to the people. We’re a pillar in Edmonton and an engine for Alberta’s economy. We lead Canada in the number of faculty with 3M National Teaching Fellowships, and donor-funded research done in our labs is curing disease globally. Your gift accelerates our work. 

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If you are 65 years or older, would like a steady cash flow, and want to make a gift to the University of Alberta, you may want to consider a charitable gift annuity.

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New Projects

Since 2006, the waitlist for organ donors in Alberta has grown 40 per cent. Help pioneer new organ transplantation technology to give parents more time with their children, children more time to grow, and families more time to create memories.

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The UAlberta MS Centre comprises a multidisciplinary team dedicated to helping multiple sclerosis patients. Researchers at the centre are educating the next generation of experts, and are committed to gaining a more comprehensive understanding of the disease. They’ve set a goal to find a cure for MS in the next 10 years.


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