A strong endowment ensures that there is an enduring source of funding for immediate and future needs. Endowments grow over time to create a legacy of learning as they extend the impact of your generosity beyond a lifetime.
Interested in learning more about the endowment? Visit the endowment page of our website for more information on the various types of endowments donors can set up at Central.
The Arthur J. Bosch Endowment for Student Research
The Arthur J. Bosch Endowment for Student Research was established in 2013 to make possible undergraduate summer research opportunities for Central students across many academic disciplines. The endowment provides a stipend and housing for students allowing them to focus on a summer research project. Each Bosch Scholar is paired with a Central faculty member who works closely with the student to advance their research projects.
Ed Willis Psychology Travel Fund
The Ed Willis Psychology travel fund assists students studying psychology to attend and present their work at the national and/or regional psychological conferences. Funding is available to students majoring or minoring in psychology and who are in good academic standing. The funds assist students with conference fees, travel and/or lodging expenses associated with national or regional conferences.
Bette Brunsting Student Project Fund
The Bette Brunsting Student Project Fund assists students with out of classroom experiences. Opportunities previously funded include cultural travel experiences for students, attendance at conferences and funds to present research at conferences and meetings.
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