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Our department wishes to thank our outstanding alumni and friends who have made gifts to help support the faculty, student, and staff efforts to better our research and educational programs. We have recently made it easier for you to follow our recent achievements and news stories by initiating a new Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cwruchemistry

If you would like to help us make the Department of Chemistry even stronger, please consider becoming a donor and making a gift (either one-time or ongoing monthly electronic fund transfer) through our E-Z Giving program.  Donors can also choose to include a bequest in their estate plans, or set up a planned gift (a contribution that provides you with retirement income).

Donors can make their contribution in numerous ways, cash, check, credit card, electronic fund transfers, or even gifts of stocks or bonds and other types of assets.

To make a contribution today using a credit card, visit the university’s secure website: giving.cwru.edu/chemistry

Alternatively, you can also mail your contribution to:

    College of Arts and Sciences
    Case Western Reserve University
    10900 Euclid Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7068

Please be sure to include instructions, such as “Department of Chemistry,” so that your gift is properly allocated.

To learn more about giving you can contact the College of Arts and Sciences Development and External Affairs Office at 1.800.360.5308 or collegesupport@cwru.edu.

If you wish to speak to someone in Chemistry please do not hesitate to send me an email.  We also welcome any news and updates from our alumni to include in our newsletters and social media.

Thank you in advance for your support!

                                                  

Professor John D. Protasiewicz
Hurlbut Professor of Chemistry
Chair of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Case Western Reserve University
email: protasiewicz@case.edu

Page last modified: October 2, 2017