Laura Gay

Compassionate generosity
UND legacies: Remembering Laura Gay, ..'45.


A couple who CARES
How the Middletons took advantage of the CARES Act to donate $5 million to UND with no federal tax consequences attached.

John & Suzanne Shore

 The Multiplier Effect
Doctor/pilot/educator establishes endowment for UND's Indians into Medicine Program.

Caroline Auza & Hayden May

Keeping it in the family

Locker serves as a token of a mother's support for first-year medical student.

Morley Glicken

Why I give

Dr. Morley Glicken, '62, shares his feelings on philanthropy.

Jared Herndon

Jared Herndon, '08

Employer match program helped Aviation alum create scholarships for students.

Lisa's Tree

Lisa's Tree

Selfless, happy and kind: Husband of longtime UND staff member honors his wife's legacy.

Don and Sylvia Schmid

Don, '61, & Sylvia Schmid

One alum's investment leaves children and families in good hands.

Jill & Steve Cholewa

Jill '77, '79, & Steve Cholewa

Philanthropy's role in student stories through the eyes of one alumna.

Gershman Angel Fund Story

Kathy and Hal, '66, Gershman

Former UND professor continues advocacy for underserved students

Rob and Jody Treuer Angel Fund Story

Rob and Jody, '96, Treuer

A couple's history compels them to support students through desperate times.

Jeff VanLooy Angel Fund Story

Jeff VanLooy

UND Professor and Faculty Leader Makes a Case for Supporting the UND Angel Fund

Terry SeversonTerry Severson, '65

Scholarship endowment puts donors in touch with beneficiary.





Mary Burke-AndersonJack Marcil, '63, '68

"If Jack can do it, I can do it!"





Mary Burke-Anderson Mary Burke-Anderson, ’60

A Gift that Keeps on Giving





Hudson Washburn, '71

UND Physics alumnus dedicates career and life to solving problems, funds a full academic scholarship.





Mary McKnight Francis "Fritz" Mikkelson

“My dad knew that a thriving University would only benefit his business and he realized the economic impact it had on the Grand Forks community.  He and his wife, Verona, wanted to see UND succeed and grow and together they became very involved with the University,” said Fritz’s son, Dan Mikkelson, ’90. 



Mary McKnight Terry Bailey, '70

Terry, a development geologist throughout his career with the oil industry, enjoyed his travels overseas and learning about new cultures and people; all the while playing a substantial role in foreign oil opportunities.



Mary McKnight Pete, '65, and Eunice, '65, Kuhn

Their generosity dates back to 1967, just two years after they graduated from college. 








Mary McKnight Mary McKnight, '73

Alumna gives back to College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines to support hands-on education for students.


Elizabeth Abraham '70Elizabeth Abraham, ’70

Gratitude fuels my philanthropy


Linda Redmann '67 Linda Redmann, '67

Linda Redmann gives back to her home state through a gift in her will.


Theodore Galambos '53 '54Theodore Galambos, '53, '54

“I believe I have a personal responsibility to make a positive impact on society.” That statement resonates with Theodore Galambos.

Greg Shega, '87 and Amy Weber

Alum and his family make education attainable for the technical and medical leaders of tomorrow

Eric Scott '95

Eric Scott '95

Eric Scott, '95, has a passion for flying he loves to share.
Ashley Rae '02

Ashley Rae, '02

Rae is building an a mini-empire based on the principle of helping others succeed.
Paul Korus '78 '80

Paul Korus, '78, '80

Oil executive's stock gifts benefit UND research focusing on health care needs in North Dakota's oil patch.
Kleinsasser Family

A Family of Impact

Kleinsassers establish family endowment for student-athlete scholarships.