For more than 50 years, the alumni, faculty, and students of the Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences have been at the forefront of atmospheric and water science scholarship and research. Their impact on the fields of hydrology and atmospheric sciences around the globe has been profound. To maintain that high level of excellence, we must attract the best faculty and students and provide the best facilities. As traditional funding sources decline, the need for private support becomes even greater. You may give online or give by mail, whichever you prefer. Gifts are 100% tax deductible.
You can give online with a credit card through the secure University of Arizona Foundation website.
(click on the Designation dropdown menu and select HAS General Fund)
The department head will determine how to best use these gifts to support our department and its students. Uses include scholarships, recruitment, outreach, student travel support to conferences and meetings, and more. If you wish, you may indicate a specifc use in the Comments Box, e.g. For Student Scholarships, For Student Research Symposium, For Field Camp; otherwise, the gift will be used in the areas of greatest need.
The Donald R. Davis Scholarship Endowment for Undergraduate Excellence was established by the late Donald R. Davis, former Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator for the department. The Davis Endowment supports a variety of activities, including, but not limited to, undergraduate field camp, undergraduate laboratory study, undergraduate professional develpoment (poster and oral presentation), undergraduate research (costs related to field study, lab analysis, etc.), undergraduate scholarship (superior academic achievement), and undergraduate travel (conferences and meetings).
The Distance Learning fund supports the nation's only 100% distance-learning program leading to a Bachelor of Applied Science with Emphasis in Meteorology.
(click on the Designation dropdown menu and select HAS EDDA (El Dia Del Agua y Atmosfera))
The El Día fund supports the annual student research conference held each spring. Funds may be designated to support student conference registration, student poster printing, venue and refreshments, and sponsorship of social events, such as the afternoon roundtable discussion or the evening pub social.
The John W. Harshbarger Memorial Fund supports both graduate and undergraduate students whose superior achievements and professional dedication exemplify the qualities long associated with John Harshbarger's life--honesty, integrity, and the meticulous application of science-based solutions. Funds support students' laboratory expenses, travel, field work, conferences, professional development, and other activities that encourage excellence in research and education.
The John and Margaret Harshbarger Doctoral Fellowship in Subsurface Hydrology supports a continuing doctoral student (second year or beyond) of superior achievement whose research focuses on hydrogeology or an area within subsurface hydrology. The doctoral student must be a full-time student majoring in Hydrology and have already passed the Doctoral Qualifying Examination in the major.
(click on the Designation dropdown menu and select Kisiel Fellowship in HWR)
The Chester C. Kisiel Fellowship for Graduate Research on Applications of Statistics in Hydrology was created to honor a founding faculty member of the department and supports a graduate student of superior academic and research achievement in the area of statistical hydrology.
(click on the Designation dropdown menu and select Krider Endowed Scholarship-Atmos Sciences/Physics)
The E. Phlip Krider Endowed Scholarship in Atmospheric Sciences-Physics was created to support a graduate student of superior academic and research achievement in the area of atmospheric sciences-atmospheric physics, especially in the fundamental areas of lightning and thunderstorm electricity and lightning detection.
The Shlomo and Yael Neuman Hydrology Endowment was created to support a graduate student of superior academic and research achievement in groundwater and subsurface hydrology and numerical modeling, especially in topics related to subsurface flow dynamics, hydrology of fractured rocks, finite element analysis of flow and transport, parameter estimation, geostatistics, stochastic flow and transport theory, uncertainty assessment, and environmental and geophysical scaling. Eligible students will have a declared/demonstrated interest in mathematical and/or computational subsurface hydrology as evidenced by (a) past, current, or intended enrollment (and outstanding performance in) advanced quantitative courses, such as HWRS 503 Subsurface Fluid Dynamics, and corresponding/equivalent courses in Applied Mathematics and (b) engaging in research with a substantial quantitative component.
The Sol D. Resnick Scholarship for Graduate Research Programs in Hydrology was created to support a graduate student of superior academic and research achievement in the areas related to solving practical water resources problems, e.g. administration, policy, development, and international operations and management. Preference will be given to deserving Israeli graduate students.
The Eugene S. Simpson Prize for a Field Project in Groundwater Hydrology was created to support an undergraduate student with a research focus in the areas of environmental hydrology, hydrogeology, or subsurface hydrology. This competitive award is made every spring at the annual student research symposium and recognizes the most outstanding undergraduate student poster in the areas of research which exemplified Simpson's career, including any area within environmental hydrology, water quality, water chemistry, hydrogeology, or subsurface hydrology.
If you prefer to give by mail, you may send a check directly to the Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences. Download and fill out the giftbymail.pdf form (PDF) indicating your chosen area of support.
Make your check payable to the University of Arizona Foundation and mail to the business office: