Health Sciences, Room 292
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-6120
Fax: (307) 766-2953
The School of Pharmacy is grateful to the many generous donors who support our students, faculty, and our program. Gifts to both the annual fund and major giving help the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy fund top priorities of undergraduate and graduate student support, faculty support for travel, research and teaching, and discretionary dollars to provide for unexpected needs including a student support fund.
|Weber Family Scholarship Helps Future Pharmacists
April 29, 2014 — The pharmaceutical industry gave so much to alumnus Allan Weber (BSP ’63) and his wife, Sharon, it was only natural of them to want to give something back. Using their estate, they will create the Allan E. and Sharon J. Weber Family Memorial Scholarship at the UW School of Pharmacy to help foster excellence and to provide financial support to students entering the program. For more information, please see the UW Foundation's article, "Weber Family Scholarship Helps Future Pharmacists."
|Witzeling Scholarship Endowment will Benefit Pharmacy Students
February 21, 2014 — UW School of Pharmacy alumnus Kenneth Witzeling (BSP '51) and his wife, Elizabeth, from Powell, Wyoming, donated his extensive coin collection to the University of Wyoming to create the Kenneth and Elizabeth Witzeling Pharmacy Scholarship endowment. This scholarship will be awarded to year two through year four pharmacy students from Park County, Wyoming, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and demonstrated financial need. For more information, read the UW Foundation's article titled, "More than Money."
February 19, 2009 — A more than $1.1 million gift from the estate of Wyoming native Dr. Linda Wells (BSP '70) to the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy in 2009 will help fund research graduate assistants and provide scholarships for UW pharmacy students. It is the largest gift ever presented to the pharmacy school. Dr. Wells, who died December 14, 2008, was a longtime benefactor of the UW School of Pharmacy. The Pharmacy Learning Resources Center, HS 291, was re-named the "Linda L. Wells Student Learning Center" in her honor.