Center for Behavioral Economic Health Research (CBEHR)
Gifts support ongoing CBEHR activities, including our monthly seminar series that hosts national, university, and community experts who speak on topics ranging from basic to applied science as well as community applications. The seminar series also includes our annual Early Career Showcase of an emerging pre- or post-doctoral investigator. Contributions also will be used to create a program of travel and research assistance for student investigators and to disseminate and communicate behavioral economic research and applications.
Other College of Health & Human Performance Giving Opportunities
Frederick Family Fund in Health and Human Performance
Michael Scott Carn Memorial Scholarship
The Mowery Family Dr. Scott Powers Bridge to Science Endowed Fund