Group Title: Florida tomorrow
Title: Faculty support
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Title: Faculty support
Series Title: Florida tomorrow
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Language: English
Creator: University of Florida Foundation
Publisher: University of Florida Foundation
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
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Bibliographic ID: UF00083438
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
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women and men teaching, doing research and leading the University
of Florida are committed to the idea that through education and dis-
covery they can improve the lives of not just UF students, but of
people across the globe. A major goal of the Florida Tomorrow cam-
paign is to improve funding for teaching and research to give faculty the tools they need to enhance
classroom instruction and conduct world-class work. Reaching that goal is also a critical step in the
University of Florida's strategic plan to become one of the nation's premier universities.

Endowments established and grown to support faculty will help explore space, oceans and the tiny
universes seen only through a microscope. Financial gifts will help transform Florida's elementary
schools into the envy of the nation, feed the world's hungry, cure ailments such as cancer, epilepsy
and Alzheimer's disease, develop cleaner, better energy alternatives, and promote the humanities in
daily life. Support for UF faculty will make it possible to discover and invent what we cannot imag-
ine. Most importantly, it will help our professors prepare future generations for the challenges of
their own lives and times.


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"Other universities come out
and try to steal our faculty
away. They offer things like
endowed professorships and
funded labs [and] funded post
doctoral fellowships to attract
them. To remain competitive
the University ofFlorida will
need those kinds of things."
Stephen Eikenberry, UF
faculty member


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To establish a permanently
endowed university chair, a minimum gift of
$4 million is required.





Ti c [l'i l .1 plriialnently endowed chair
I .iIi ~.llc I .111 cl i l IIl Lcholar chair"), a mini-
mIILm l 4111t $1.5 million is required.



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STo establish an endowed
professorship, a minimum gift of $600,000
Sis required.


T. c.ial1-hi aI lill ciitI l cd -raduate fellowship or
.i1 n.ii[h Iip1. a ii !!iiiiin 4ift of $350,000 is
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To establish an endowed
term professorship/faculty fellowship, a minimum
gift of $300,000 is required.




To establish an! ii, \\.c l ,LIcit C "hi a.3 1 II i-
mum gift of $250,000 is r ccuIci d. The pcilda leI ilIL n1i
from this endowment may be tLcd t, pa1 I' II. 1s 1 aia.
publicity and the expenses of a ILLIILa i ciiik! n!e l i!! -
M professor or lecturer from another ;IIIci c1Iisin s i i'-.11i7.3 1C II
to present a lecture or series of I cItie I'.C _ll H! Inp .



To establish an endowed research fund,
a minimum gift of $100,000 is suggested. The spendable
income from the endowment may be used to support pro-
grams, technology enhancements and research.





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Gifts of $100,000-
$599,999 are eligible
to receive a matching
grant equal to 50 percent.


Gifts of $600,000-
$1 million are eligible to
receive a matching grant
equal to 70 percent.


Gifts of $1,000,001-
$1.5 million are eligible
to receive a matching grant
equal to 75 percent.


Gifts of $1,500,001-
$2 million are eligible to
receive a matching grant
equal to 80 percent.


Gifts of $2,000,001
or more are eligible to be
matched dollar-for-dollar.


SUBJECT TO FUNDING OF MATCHING GIFTS TRUST FUND.






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