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Human Development and Family Studies Giving Priorities
We welcome you to give to the area that you care about most.
Give to a specific scholarship or the enrichment fund which supports areas of greatest need within Human Development and Family Studies. Use the drop down list to choose a fund on the online giving page.
Prudence “Prue” M. Kaley earned her degree in Human Development and Family Studies in 1972 and over many years was a proud CSU Ram and loyal friend. Make a gift in her memory to the scholarship in her name.
Danielle Soliz was a hard-working mother of two, who was working to enroll in the Human Development and Family Studies online degree program. Make a gift in her memory to support students, who like Danielle, are juggling many responsibilities. (Select “Danielle Soliz Scholarship” from the drop-down list.)
Professor David MacPhee spent his 30-year career acting in multiple service roles and conducting research. This fund brings to campus national and international experts in the area of prevention science. (Select “MacPhee Forum on Issues in Prevention Science Endowment” from the drop-down list.)
Human Development and Family Studies Centers
The Prevention Research Center aims to reduce the risk for issues such as substance abuse, physical and mental health issues, violence, and problems of aging. This fund supports the programs and activities of the PRC. (Select “Prevention Research Center” from the drop-down list.)
Campus Connections is a campus-based therapeutic mentoring program for youth who have experienced adversity, ages 10-18. Youth are paired in one-on-one mentoring relationships with undergraduate CSU students enrolled in a semester-long service learning class. (Select “Campus Connections” from the drop-down list.)
The Early Childhood Center is a lab school that provides quality programming for young children, trains CSU students for careers in the field of early childhood, and provides opportunities for research related to children, families, and early childhood education.
Your gift to the Early Childhood Center may qualify for the Colorado childcare contribution credit, which may allow Colorado taxpayers a 50 percent tax credit on state income taxes when your donation promotes a childcare program.
Honoring our History
Visit the Legacies Project pages to learn about the personal and professional histories of select retirees and faculty emeriti. On their Legacies pages, you can read more about the Human Development and Family Studies honorees and make a gift in their honor.
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