|School/Unit||Chief Development Officer||Phone|
|School of Architecture||Scott Karr||434-924-7717|
|Arts Development||Bob Halbruner||434-924-6025|
|College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences||Gene Schutt||434-924-6140|
|Center for Politics||Ken Stroupe||434-243-8474|
|Center for Contemplative Sciences||Erin Hall||434-243-9180|
|Curry School of Education||Jeff Boyd||434-924-3010|
|Darden School of Business||Locke Ogens||434-924-4874|
|School of Engineering and Applied Science||Jeffrey Sands|
|Faculty Support||Melanie Benjamin||434-924-0917|
|Jefferson Scholars Foundation||Pat Ingram||434-243-9055|
|School of Law||Jason Trujillo||434-924-4154|
|McIntire School of Commerce||Katie Whittier||434-924-3394|
|School of Medicine||Barry Collins||434-924-1734|
|Miller Center||Doug Trout||434-982-3050|
|School of Nursing||Kelly McCaskill||434-924-0097|
|Office of the Vice President for Research||Deb Donnelly||434-243-2925|
Endowed deanships enable the University to attract and recognize distinguished faculty who contribute to the academic rigor of the institution and help shape its future. Minimum level of $5 million.
By any standard, endowed professorships have been the most significant factor in the University’s steady rise in stature. An endowed chair, with its prestige and financial rewards, is one of the most coveted honors a faculty member can receive. More than any other honor, it attests to a scholar’s standing among peers, both within the University and throughout the academic world. With endowed chairs, the University effectively competes with other universities for outstanding faculty, and rewards professors who make learning a joy for their students.
Endowed professorships provide permanent sources of support for faculty excellence and recognize scholars’ standing throughout the academic world. Minimum level of $2 million.
These funds allow schools to nurture faculty research and create new courses. Minimum level of $1 million.
These funds support faculty engaged in humanities scholarship or the research needed for new discoveries in science, medicine, or engineering. Minimum level of $500,000.
These funds allow the University to bring noted speakers to the Grounds, enriching academic discourse and bringing new perspectives to students, faculty, and the larger community. Minimum level of $100,000.