Dear Prospective Donor: 
Please select the designated fund from the list below. If writing a check, send it to: Wayne State University Fund Office, 5475 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202 using the form in World Talk, or by providing your name, address, and e-mail address on a note. Please put the fund/gift # on the check, as well as on the form or note. For questions or inquiries, please telephone Darrell Brockway at 313-577-3025, or e-mail ab2371@wayne.edu.     
For individuals who wish to contribute via credit card, please select the desired fund and gift number and then click here to finalize your contribution.
CMLLC Designated Funds
Justin Elias Endowed Scholarship: This scholarship fund was provided by Justin J. Elias and facilitated by his cousin, Nancy Cook, to recognize scholastic achievement, to encourage continued progress, and to provide assistance to students in financing their education in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literature, and Cultures. Eligible students may be graduate or undergraduate, full or part-time, with preference given to admitted majors. This is a merit based scholarship with no minimum GPA requirement.  Account 066046/6013G1.
 
Candace Beutell Gardner Endowed Scholarship: Candace Beutell Gardner and her husband Richard established this scholarship to help graduate students in German, French, and Spanish to help defray educational costs.  Account: 060395.
 
Arabic and Near Eastern Studies Giving Opportunities
Arabic, Hebrew, and Near East Research and Development : This general research and development fund supports faculty and student research here and abroad, as well as travel to professional conferences where they may present that work. Additionally, this fund helps to defray the costs of various events and publications.  Account: 2-20926.
Arabic, Hebrew, and Near East General Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to promote various forms of student support in Arabic, Hebrew, and Near Eastern Studies, including the annually awarded scholarships. Account: 2-22836.
Salim Khaldieh Memorial Scholarship. Account: 601353/060097. (on site)
The Rouchdy-Fakhouri Endowed Scholarship. Account: 601352/060088. (on site)
 
The Asmaa Jamil Endowed Scholarship: This scholarship is for Near East majors with good academic standing as evidenced by at least a 3.0 grade point average and offsets the cost of tuition. Account: 601354/060116.
 
Classics, Greek, and Latin Giving Opportunites
Classics, Greek, and Latin Research and Development : This general research and development fund supports faculty and student research here and abroad, as well as travel to professional conferences where they may present that work. Additionally, this fund helps to defray the costs of various events and publications. Account: 2-20826.
Classics, Greek, and Latin General Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to promote various forms of student support in Classics, Greek, and Latin, including the annually awarded scholarships. Account: 2-22832.
Cutt Memorial Library Fund: This fund was established to maintain and keep current the Cutt Memorial Library in the Classics, Greek, and Latin area.  Account: 044190/444190.
The Albanian Studies: This endowment was established to perpetuate the teaching of Albanian language. Account: 601383/061422.
Thomas Conklin Memorial Lecture Endowed Fund: This endowment funds an annual lecture by an outside speaker in Classics. Account: 601331-060249.
Greek Student Award: Account: 4-45045
Modern Greek Studies Chair Endowed Fund: This endowment was established to perpetuate research, development, and teaching of Modern Greek language. Account: 661331/066928.
Modern Greek Studies Scholarship: scholarship was established to fund scholarships for students to learn Modern Greek. Account: 601332/061224.
R. Miller Annual Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established by graduate alumni Richard P. Miller to fund scholarships for graduate students majoring in Classics.Account: 4-45161.
VanDeven Scholarship in Classical Studies: Account: 4-44860. (see site)
German and Slavic Studies Giving Opportunities
German and Slavic Research and Development : This general research and development fund supports faculty and student research here and abroad, as well as travel to professional conferences where they may present that work. Additionally, this fund helps to defray the costs of various events and publications. Account: 2-21011.
German and Slavic General Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to promote various forms of student support in both German and Slavic Studies, including the annually awarded Slavic Scholarship benefitting students who are majoring in Slavic Studies. Account: 2-22831.
Friends of German Studies Scholarship: Undergraduate students enrolled in German language, literature and culture courses may be nominated by their instructors to receive a $50.00 tuition scholarship which can be used towards a German course taken in a subsequent semester. The tuition scholarships are made possible by the Friends of German Studies Endowment at Wayne State University, and are awarded during the Awards Ceremony each year. Account: 6V1371/06V038.
Friends of German Studies Fund: This fund was established to promote student achievement in German, including prizes for the annual Excellence Awards Ceremony for students who have made outstanding achievements in undergraduate courses. Account: 6W1371/06W038.
The Concordia Singing Society Scholarship Fund: This scholarship was established to fund scholarships for students to study in Germany and establish personal contacts with the German people.  The Foundation was established in 1998 by members of the Concordia Singing Society, which traces its history back to the mid-nineteenth century. Concordia was founded in 1865, by twelve German-American Civil War veterans who were members of a singing group at Detroit’s Social Athletic Club. Dedicated to German music and song, Concordia’s members strived to maintain the memory of their homeland, spread the language of their forefathers, and cultivate the aesthetic life of the American people. Over the years Concordia has been a significant cultural presence in Detroit and called many of the city’s landmark buildings home, including the Temple Building located in the heart of Detroit and 62 E. Columbia, now known as the Gem Theater. Account: 601385/061614.
The Martha Aust Memorial Endowed Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established in honor of graduate alumni Martha Aust to fund scholarships for graduate students majoring in German who intend to pursue a career teaching the language. Account: 601384/061587.
The Maria Roth Memorial Endowed Fund: This fund was established in honor of Maria Roth, Emeritus Professor of German, to fund guest lectures, faculty research, and travel for scholarships both faculty and students. Account: 661372/066358.
The Uwe K. Faulhaber Endowed Scholarship Fund: This scholarship was established by Ann Kirk Warren to recognize scholastic achievement, to encourage continued progress, and to provide assistance to undergraduate students majoring and minoring in German studies at Wayne State University. The Scholarship was named for Professor Uwe K. Faulhaber during his lifetime to recognize and honor him for his commitment to students and to teaching. With additional support from the Faulhaber family and from his former students, the Scholarship has become the most prestigious honor bestowed by the department’s faculty, who can think of no better way to remember their late colleague than to honor their best students in his name. Account: 601382/060850.
The Uwe K. Faulhaber Endowed Fund for Applied German Studies: This fund was established by Ann Kirk Warren to enhance the language skills of high school German teachers and their students and to build a stronger graduate program. The Scholarship was named for Professor Uwe K. Faulhaber during his lifetime to recognize and honor him for his commitment to students and to teaching. Account: 601381/060040.
The Ukrainian Student Endowment: This endowment was established to perpetuate the teaching of Ukrainian language and to provide scholarships to undergraduate students who study Ukrainian. Account: 601383/061422.
Hebrew Studies Giving Opportunities
Arabic, Hebrew, and Near East Research and Development : This general research and development fund supports faculty and student research here and abroad, as well as travel to professional conferences where they may present that work. Additionally, this fund helps to defray the costs of various events and publications. Account: 2-20926.
Arabic, Hebrew, and Near East General Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to promote various forms of student support in Arabic, Hebrew, and Near Eastern Studies, including the annually awarded scholarships. Account: 2-22836.
H.P., J. Kape Memorial Endowment for ScholarshipsAccount: 601351/060144. (on site)
Romance Languages (French, Italian, and Spanish) Giving Opportunities
Romance Research and Development : This general research and development fund supports faculty and student research here and abroad, as well as travel to professional conferences where they may present that work. Additionally, this fund helps to defray the costs of various events and publications.  Account: 2-21001.
Romance Languages General Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to promote various forms of student support in both the Romance languages, including the annually awarded Slavic Scholarship benefitting students who are majoring in Slavic Studies. Account: 2-22842.
Dominic Pucci Memorial Fund: Undergraduate students enrolled in Italian language courses may be nominated by their instructors to receive a small tuition scholarship which can be used towards an Italian course taken in a subsequent semester.  Account 4-44223.
Claude and Sam Astrachan Scholarship:  Scholarship to recognize the scholastic achievement of students applying to the Wayne au Soleil Summer Study Abroad program. Account 4-44669.
Trillium Cable Communications Carosello Italiano Scholarship:  Award of varying amounts for Canadia students who wish to study Italian language, literature, and culture at Wayne State University. Account: 4-44869.
Clarence and Jack Himmel Scholarship:  This fund provides assistance to undergraduate and graduate students in the languages. Account 4-41113. 
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