TRANSFORMATIONAL GIFTS

ALL GIFTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Together, your donations will help develop the next generation of leaders, champion leading-edge research and innovative curricula, and expand the reach of exemplary programs and partnerships to better serve our communities. Because of the potential that can only be realized through collective giving of many individuals, every gift is meaningful.

  • THE ALTERS FAMILY: Providing scholarships to middle and upper school students with financial need at NSU University School.
  • RONALD G.t AND KATHLEEN ASSAF: Giving the best and brightest undergraduate students the opportunity to realize their full potential through NSU scholarships, and supporting research for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) 
  • AUTONATION, INC.: Supporting research through NSU AutoNation Institute for Breast and Solid Tumor Cancer Research and AutoNation/Hunter-Reay Research Lab, and enrichment initiatives through NSU University School and NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
  • MR. AND MRS WALTERt BANKS, SR.: Investing in NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography because the oceans and waterways are critical to mankind
  • BARRYt AND JUDY SILVERMAN FOUNDATION:
  • MITCHELLt AND SHARON BERGER: Fostering business and legal training to help bring intellectual capital to market through the Sharon and Mitchel W. Berger Entrepreneur Law Clinic at NSU’s Shepard Broad College of Law
  • MR. AND MRS. KEITH A. BROWN: Expanding sports facilities and providing scholarships to benefit NSU students and NSU University School
  • RITA AND RICKt CASE: Amplifying community engagement with NSU through major events and programming at Rick Case Arena
  • CATHOLIC HEALTH EAST:
  • DENTSPLY IMPLANTS: Helping NSU make lasting impressions in community outreach
  • DOCTORS HOSPITAL FOUNDATION: Advancing osteopathic medicine
  • DON TAFT FOUNDATION: Championing children and adults with intellectual and development disabilities by providing on-campus facilities and programs for Special Olympics, as well as legal and development assessment services through NSU’s Shepard Broad College of Law and Mailman Segal Center for Human Development, respectively
  • R. DOUGLASt AND ALICE DONN: Providing scholarships for education and business students
  • FRANCIE BISHOP GOOD AND DAVID HORVITZ: Extending South Florida’s art coast by championing NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale and initiating a matching gifts challenge
  • DR. STANLEY AND PEARL GOODMAN: Adding to NSU’s acclaimed Latin American art collection
  • GRYCON, LLC: Supporting student scholarships and major events for NSU
  • DR. GUY AND GILLIAN HARVEY: Promoting ocean conservation and research
  • JOEL AND MARCIA HOCHBERG: Funding scholarships for Razor's Edge students and current teachers to pursue higher education
  • H. WAYNEt AND MARTI* HUIZENGA: Supporting cutting-edge education for future business leaders
  • MIKEt AND ALICE JACKSON: Driving cancer research forward and enriching students’ lives
  • CAROLt HARRISON KALAGHER: Advancing research for treating and altering the course of cancer, cardiovascular disease and degenerative diseases through the Ben F. Harrison Foundation Cell Therapy Core
  • SUSIE AND ALAN B.t LEVAN: Co-founding NSU’s Levan Ambassadors Board and Fellows Society, and providing scholarships to finance and real estate development students
  • ALBERTt AND BEATRIZ MINIACI: Developing student leaders through Razor’s Edge scholarships and continuing a family legacy of supporting the arts
  • NOBEL BIOCARE USA: Supplying second-year postgraduate residents with dental surgery kits and supporting dental education
  • PANZA, MAURER & MAYNARD/THOMAS PANZA & SUSAN MAURER: Enabling scholars passionate about the law to attend NSU
  • DRS. KIRAN C. AND PALLAVI PATEL: Supporting NSU’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine and Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences as well as developing a new site for NSU Tampa Bay Campus in Clearwater, Florida
  • ROYAL DAMES OF CANCER RESEARCH: Supporting NSU cancer research because, “man is not destined to die of cancer”
  • SANSOM FOUNDATION: Supporting the largest repository for works by American impressionist William J. Glackens and home to the William J. Glackens Research Collection and Study Center -- NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
  • SCHEMEL FAMILY FOUNDATION: Advancing NSU researchers’ internationally-recognized work with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and other neuro-immune disorders
  • LORRAINE SCHRAMM: Ensuring future art academy students have access to scholarships
  • SEACOR FOUNDATION: Providing an experimentation system for oceanography research
  • MR. ALVIN SHERMAN: Fostering a passion for reading, researching, and cultural sharing through public access to NSU’s library and providing scholarships.
  • DR. WILLIAM SPEARS: Supporting the Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship
  • STEVENt J. HALMOS FAMILY FOUNDATION: Attracting exceptional students to natural sciences and oceanography
  • KENNYt & SANDY TATE AND FAMILY: Opening doors for students to enjoy the educational opportunities NSU has to offer
  • TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, JOHANNES AND LADONNA VIEWEG: Supporting community health education programs through NSU’s College of Allopathic Medicine
  • ZIMMER BIOMET, INC.: Equipping dental labs so students can hone real-world skills

Two donors who wish to remain anonymous have made gifts to support causes around the university.

t NSU Board of Trustees Member | * Deceased