Building Fund

 

Auburn’s pharmacy program has prepared Alabama pharmacists for nearly 120 years. The School’s humble beginnings originated in Samford Hall, with subsequent quarters in Hargis, Ross and Miller Halls. In 1976, Pharmacy finally was able to build its own specifically designated home on the corner of Thach and Duncan. That building became the Walker Building in 2000. But as time has reordered the School’s location, it has also brought about many other changes, such as increased enrollment, more faculty, graduate students and staff, an evolving pharmacy curriculum and exploding technological advances. The old building has become woefully inadequate to meet

current and future needs. A larger, more modernized, specifically designed environment, such as electronically “smart,” wireless classrooms, is crucial if Auburn is to continue as a leader in pharmacy education.

The James Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University invites you to consider an investment in the future of pharmacy education, research and outreach. Your leadership commitment toward the construction of a new addition and renovation of the Walker building will provide a learning environment that supports the educational foundation of pharmacists for generations to come.

 

he James Harrison School of Pharmacy is vital to our state, region and nation. Because others recognize this impor-tance, Auburn University has provided $4 million for this project.  The school is seeking additional private support to complete the facility.

The naming of a designated space within this new facility is a lasting honor bestowed upon a patron. It is the wish of the James Harrison School of Pharmacy to bring recognition to the donors whose philanthropy makes this project possible.


Private Donors
How to Give

our gift toward the new Education and Clinic wing or renovation of the current facilities may be fulfilled over five years and should be payable to the Auburn University Foundation, which is incorporated under the Alabama Non-Profit Corporation Act and functions as as separate support organization for Auburn University to receive charitable contributions. Gifts to the Auburn University Foundation, listed in IRS Publication 78 Cumulative List of Organizations described in Code 179 (©93) of the Internal Revenue Code, are tax deductible. The Auburn University Foundation's Tax Exempt Identification Number is 63-6022422.

For more information please contact:

Jimmy Harris
Director of Development & Alumni Relations
334-844-8352 0ffice

Lee Evans
Dean
334-844-8348
Office

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posted March 25, 2005