Dear alumni and friends,
Response to the Grand Spectrophotometer Challenge has been nothing short of amazing. In just three short weeks, CHEE alumni and friends have donated $9,845, nearly doubling our original $5,000 goal.
Your gifts have funded not only a new spectrophotometer, but also you’ve made a great start toward the much-needed reverse osmosis system.
If the campaign raises $12,000 total, CHEE will be able to purchase a Sepa Cell, the main internal component of the reverse osmosis system. So let’s stretch the goal one last time and make the reverse osmosis system a reality. Only $2,155 to go in the final twelve days of the campaign!
Alumni Paul Smith, BS 1969, and Greg Lorton, BS 1971 and MS 1973, who each donated $500 toward the new reverse osmosis system, are urging other late-career and retired alumni to join them in giving.
“I can’t wait to see what these students make of their careers,” says Paul. “But CHEE’s growth means many more students are vying for space and equipment in the lab, so we want to help now.”
Thank you to Paul, Greg and everyone who has given so generously.
Now let’s finish super strong!