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Psychological and Brain Sciences Undergraduate Scholarship Fund

Gifts will support scholarships for research to recognize and support outstanding undergraduate students in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomington.
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Kenneth Heller Minority Student Support Fund

Gifts will support awards, fellowships, scholarships or support for minority students who are American citizens underrepresented in the psychology profession, in the Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at IUB.
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Psychological and Brain Sciences Technology Support Fund

Gifts will support the general technology needs of the Psychological and Brain Sciences Department in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomingtin in meeting its teaching and/or research missions.
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Frank Restle Memorial Lecture

Gifts will be used to support a lecture series of outstanding and prestigious speakers relevant to the field of Cognitive Psychology.
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Preclinical Pharmacology Project

Income from gifts will support assistance for research related expenses in the Neural Science Program
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Irving J. Saltzman Memorial Fund

Income from gifts will provide awards for outstanding achievement to recipients who have completed their graduate degrees at Indiana University within two years before their nomination.
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Julia R. Heiman Sexual Science Fellowship

Income from gifts will support fellowships for graduate students who demonstrate a strong interest in & ability to conduct scientific sex research on human subjects in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences within the College of Arts & Sciences.
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Third Century Fellowship in Psychological and Brain Sciences

Income from gifts will support fellowships for graduate students in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.
Large limestone sculpture of an anatomically correct human brain located on the Indiana University campus.

Kenneth Heller Student Support Fund

Income from this gift will be used to support graduate students in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Large limestone sculpture of an anatomically correct human brain located on the Indiana University campus.

Naus Family Chair in Psychological and Brain Sciences

Income from gifts will support a Chair in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Large limestone sculpture of an anatomically correct human brain located on the Indiana University campus.

Eliot S. Hearst Memorial Lecture Series

Income from gifts will support a lecture series in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Large limestone sculpture of an anatomically correct human brain located on the Indiana University campus.

Sydney Marie Brotheridge Scholarship in Psychological & Brain Sciences

Income from gifts supports scholarships for undergraduates pursuing a BS in Neuroscience in the Dept of Psychological & Brain Sciences. Gifts to endowment accounts not reaching the required minimum after five years shall become available for expenditure.
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