Donor Spotlight

For more than 125 years, donors have been essential to supporting the vision, programs, facilities, faculty, research, and student opportunities that make our school one of the best in the nation.

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Lyle & Sharon Bighley

BighleysHelping others further their education

When Lyle Bighley was in graduate school, he received financial help from an American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Fellowship. This enabled him to complete his graduate studies.  They were grateful for that assistance and wanted to pass along that same sort of help to graduate students at his alma mater.

Marsha Millonig

Marsha MillonigGiving her time, talent and treasure

Marsha Millonig is happy to give back because she credits the College of Pharmacy for the career she's enjoyed and the abilities to be self-employed working on projects that she feels make a difference.

Terry & Bette Noble

noblesSupporting drug development to help save lives and alleviate suffering

Terry Noble is pround to have helped to solve some of the myriad issues involved with patient compliance and thus improve the health of patients and is looking forward to continuing that focus through the College of Pharmacy as a donor.

Roy Olson

OlsonsCollege of Pharmacy’s longest loyal donor

Roy Olson had a long and rewarding career and scholarships were a simple way for him to say ‘thank you’ to our college, the University and to our profession.

Philip S. Portoghese

portogheseSupporting neuroscience research within Medicinal Chemistry

In an effort to continue and expand research in the neurosciences within the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Philip Portoguese made a gift to establish the Philip S. Portoghese Chair in Medicinal Chemistry.  The donation has given him a personal sense of accomplishment and pride.

Steve and Wendy Simenson

Steve and Wendy Simenson are longtime, devoted supporters of the college and a key example of what a community pharmacy and pharmacists can do to bring direct patient care services to patients.