Plant Pathology Funds
This fellowship supports outstanding graduate students in the Department of Plant Pathology who, in line with Dr. Norman Borlaug's wishes, are conducting their research on an important problem of cereal crops in a developing country.
This fund supports fellowships for graduate students who are outstanding in scholarship, research, and all aspects of graduate study, including participation in departmental activities.
This fund provides scholarships to graduate students in the Department of Plant Pathology. Recipients are to be determined by the Department Head.
This fund supports plant pathology graduate students coming from international backgrounds.
This fund supports graduate students enrolled in the Plant Pathology Graduate Program in the Department of Plant Pathology. Graduate students presenting the results of their research at national and international professional meetings will use earnings from the endowment to support travel expenses incurred.
Harold H. & Iva Flor Endowment Fund
This fund supports graduate student scholarships or assistantships in the Department of Plant Pathology. Click here for ways to give to this fund.
This endowment supports graduate students enrolled in the Department of Plant Pathology.
This fellowship was established in honor of John Dueck to recognize full-time graduate students enrolled in the Department of Plant Pathology.
This fellowship supports graduate students within the Department of Plant Pathology.
This endowment supports the Norman E. Borlaug Fellowship in International Agriculture and the Stakman-Borlaug Center (SBC) for Sustainable Plant Health.
This fund supports research (basic and/or applied) in the investigation of rapid diagnostic techniques and sustainable disease management solutions for turfgrass and landscape plants in Minnesota.
This fund supports research (basic and/or applied) in the area of virology, i.e. hosta viruses, etc., currently conducted by Professor Ben Lockhart.
This fund supports research (basic and/or applied) in the areas of soybeans, corn and other row crops, currently conducted by Professor Dean Malvick.
This fund supports research (basic and/or applied) in forest pathology, wood microbiology, forest mycology and the conservation of historic and archaeological woods, currently under the direction of Professor Robert Blanchette.
This fund supports cereal disease research (basic and/or applied), currently conducted by Professor Brian Steffenson.
This fund supports the Plant Disease Clinic and the research and salaries of non-tenure track scientists focusing on plant disease diagnosis.
This fund supports the Department of Plant Pathology library, including but not limited to salary support, along with the purchase and maintenance of equipment, reference books, and special collections.
This fund supports the Department of Plant Pathology, including research, education, extension, and outreach work focused on plant health and the biology of plant-microbe interactions.
This fund supports The Stakman-Borlaug Center for Sustainable Plant Health (SBC) in organizing, launching, and managing Oat Global and the subsequent research initiatives that develop. Gift funds may be used for direct expenses including but not limited to SBC staff salary and fringe, associated supplies, associated travel, communications, planning and execution of meetings of relevant researchers, industry representatives, etc., and related programmatic expenses.
The Plant Science Outreach Fund supports research-based public outreach programming and education in the area of environmental and agricultural sustainability.
This fund supports the purchase of plants and flowers for members of the Department of Plant Pathology when there has been an illness or death in the family.
This fund aims to help abolish hunger by supporting the Stakman-Borlaug Center for Sustainable Plant Health.
Stakman Annual Softball Fund
This fund supports the E.C. Stakman Annual Softball Game. Click here for ways to give to this fund.
This fund supports projects in the Department of Plant Pathology at the discretion of the Department Head.
This fund supports the chairs, professors, and lecture activities within the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
This fund supports teaching programs for the Department of Plant Pathology.
The goal is to endow a chair in the Department of Plant Pathology for urban tree health. Eventually, the fund will be endowed and earnings will support a faculty position.
Carol Ishimaru Plant Pathology Community Fund
This fund supports a culture of shared experiences and departmental community in the College of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resource Sciences through financial support of activities, events, workshops, seminars, etc. that foster, build, and maintain professional and interpersonal interactions.
Plant Pathology Research & Administrative Staff Professional Development Fund
The Department of Plant Pathology has created this fund to support the professional development of departmental research and administrative staff to acknowledge the important roles that they play in the Department. The fund will be used to support professional development activities that enrich staff skills related to their appointments and career development goals.