Give to the Department of Psychology

Your generosity supports undergraduate, graduate and faculty research that pushes the boundaries of psychological science to benefit the public good. Giving to the Department of Psychology promotes our interdisciplinary and innovative approaches in our classrooms, spurs research in our labs and enables public outreach in our clinics. Your donation will help shape the next generation of researchers, clinicians and leaders.

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Your Gift Can Support

Stress Early Experience and Development Research Center

Support our faculty, postdocs and students as they advance SEED science, which seeks to understand stress, early experience and development to promote intergenerational health, wellbeing and resilience.


Department of Psychology Scholarship Fund

Donations to this fund support merit scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate promise and seek excellence in psychology.


Elaine Kramer Magnificent Determination Fund

This endowed fund was created to honor Elaine Kramer who passed away in October 2020. Elaine was a social worker, and she worked for the Jewish Board at the Child Development Center in New York City her entire life. Money from this fund will be used to pay for neuropsychological assessments in our clinic at DU for families who have an income below a certain cap.


Charlotte Henderson Memorial Undergraduate Research Fund

This fund is in memory of Charlotte Henderson, who passionately supported the research training of undergraduate research assistants in the department.  This award will recognize undergraduate students who have made substantive contributions to research, and provide funding for independent research projects to support their scholarly engagement.


Marshall and Sue Haith Visiting Scholar Fund

This fund, created by Dr. Marshall Haith, a longtime DU professor, and his wife Sue, will allow for visiting scholars to come to DU, as they believe that that it is important for students to have exposure to a variety of experiences.  Scholars will visit classes, and meet with students and faculty to facilitate connections between the visitor and the department. 

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Jennifer Garner

Executive Director of Development

Hannah Thompson

Director of Alumni Relations

Tonya Kelly

Senior Director of Development