Giving

“Ours is a world of challenge and possibility, and we are driven.”

Your generous, tax-deductible support of the School of Kinesiology is more critical than ever. Gifts that fund scholarships and fellowships provide support for current and future students while easing the burden of tuition. They also enable the School to compete nationally and internationally for top students, enhancing our research, and strengthening our ability to develop partnerships with communities, schools, and organizations.

Your support gives our students the much needed resources for growing knowledge and understanding in such areas as childhood obesity, health and wellness, the impact of sport on girls and women, and movement science.

Fellowship funds in action

Courtney Boucher

Meet Courtney Boucher, the two-time recipient (2019, 2020) of the Pam Borton Endowment for the Promotion of Girls and Women in Sport Leadership. Thanks to the support of the Pam Borton Fellowship, Boucher has been able to actively participate in and advance initiatives for the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport.


I’m honored to be given the opportunity to help contribute to the Tucker Center’s incredible and important research mission. I want to thank Pam Borton and Lynn Holleran in particular for their support and for being such incredible women leaders in sport who have paved the way for me and countless others.

Courtney Boucher, Doctoral student, Kinesiology


School of Kinesiology funds

Giving to a Kinesiology fund of your choice allows us to maintain our world-class institution by:

  • enrolling and supporting the best and brightest students, regardless of financial circumstances
  • attracting high-caliber faculty and providing them with the resources they need to perform critical research
  • providing our students with access to the most up to date equipment and connecting our global network through cutting edge technology
  • ensuring our students are at the forefront of their fields to shape the landscape of scholarship
 Kane, second from left, with some of her colleagues
Professor emeriti, Mary Jo Kane, PhD, is shown here, second from left with Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women Sport friends and colleagues who helped create the David and Janie Kane Endowed Tucker Center Director Fund.

Your support makes a real difference to students, faculty, and staff.

Learn more about giving to the School of Kinesiology and the College of Education and Human Development and how you can make a difference.