The Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP) gives University of Arizona undergraduate students the opportunity to work towards becoming world-class researchers and professionals by becoming involved in research with top-notch UA science professors. Students participate in hands-on mentored, self-directed work, allowing them to contribute to advancing scientific knowledge early in their careers.
For over 30 years, UBRP has enabled the best and brightest undergraduate students to hone their critical thinking and problems solving skills, launching them to become successful scientists, engineers, physicians, and allied health professionals who make a positive difference to society.
Why give to UBRP?
YOUR DONATION TO UBRP FURTHER ADVANCES SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE! By supporting UBRP’s bright, young student researchers you contribute to creating tomorrow’s cadre of dedicated scientists, engineers, and physicians who contribute to improving the quality of life for all. Donations to the UBRP Endowment will sustain UBRP for future students, and donations to the UBRP Fund directly support our most financially-challenged UBRP students by providing them with paid, academic year research positions.
You can click here to contribute online or write a check payable to The University of Arizona Foundation (include “UBRP Fund, 20-10-0426” or “UBRP Endowment, 20-10-2852” in the memo line), and mail it to:
Jennifer Cubeta, UBRP Director
Life Sciences South 348
PO Box 210106
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0106
The University of Arizona Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, and your gifts are tax deductible.
Friends of UBRP
Each year, donors contributing $250 or more to either fund will become members of Friends of UBRP. These donors receive a yearly student highlight publication, a personal note from a student, and have access to a designated UBRP student host and reserved seating at the keynote talk at the annual UBRP Conference.
There are many ways to support UBRP, but when you include us in your long-term estate and financial plans, you are ensuring that we can continue enhancing undergraduate education through access to mentored, self-directed research for years to come. If you are interested in how you can leave your legacy or discussing gifting options that may have beneficial tax implications, please contact Janita Pickett-Gordon, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 621-9299.
Thank you, donors!
Since January 1, 2019 the following individuals and entities have contributed to UBRP and we are very, very grateful for the support!
Anonymous • Ms. Carol Arakaki • Dr. Craig & Ms. Catherine Aspinwall • Dr. Richard & Mrs. Laura Austin • Prof. Carol Bender • Drs. Margaret Briehl & Dennis Ray • Bright Funds – Employee Giving and Matching Gifts • Drs. Gail Burd & John Hildebrand • Dr. Xuemei Cai • Ms. Roxie Catts • Dr. Janet Chen • Ms. Tiffany Cho • Cisco Systems Foundation • Mrs. Jennifer Cubeta • Dr. Brenda Gardner • Ms. Emma Harrell • Dr. A. Teresa Isaias • Dr. Thomas Y. Ito • Mr. Rohith Jayaram • Dr. David Johnson • Dr. Paul & Mrs. Kimberly Klekotka • Ms. Sharon & Mr. Philip Lagas • Ms. Marisa Lester • Mrs. Kim & Mr. Robert Nelson • Ms. Kristin Perkumas • Pfizer Foundation • Raytheon Company – Matching Gifts • Dr. Linda Restifo & Mr. Arthur Pacheco • Mr. Robert Smith • Ms. Anne Suzuki • Dr. Teri Suzuki & Mr. Oleg Lysyj • Dr. Gregory & Ms. Stephanie Sword • Dr. John and Mrs. Sally Szivek • Dr. Ronald Teed • Dr. Kenneth Teter • Dr. Sheldon Trubatch & Ms. Katharina Phillips • Dr. Kenneth Wertman • Dr. Guang Yao • Dr. Jessica Yingling & Mr. Christopher Mahoney • Mr. Benjamin Zaepfel