Donate to CISAB
The IU Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior is funded by Indiana University, the National Science Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health. We also rely on individual and corporate donors for support of our activities, especially those which allow us to partner effectively with the local community.
Instructions: Click on give/now Button and type 'ANIMAL' in Search Box for "Center for Animal Behavior". From there, follow the additional instructions below.
CISAB General Fund
Donations to the general fund are used to support a wide range of academic functions, including organizing the annual Animal Behavior Conference, supporting our ongoing speaker series, providing travel funds to student researchers, and updating research equipment for the CISAB equipment loan program.
Rowland Mentoring Award
The Rowland Award is given annually to an Indiana University graduate student whose outstanding mentoring of undergraduates reflects the example set by CISAB founding member William J. Rowland.
Hanna Kolodziejski Fellowship
This fellowhip honors the memory of Hanna Kolodziejski, a former CISAB graduate student. The endowment, established in 2009, funds an annual award given to a graduate student who shows academic talent in both research and teaching and who demonstrates a commitment to the community through service or outreach programs. The fellowship is open to all CISAB and Department of Biology graduate students, with a preference given to members of CISAB and Evolution, Ecology & Behavior (EEB) students.