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Dean James P. Porter
Problems that have always seemed unsolvable are giving way to solutions. Previously unimaginable opportunities are popping up in every area of the life sciences. A set of tools has recently become available that people could not even dream of just a few years ago. The College of Life Sciences is showing students how to use these new tools to focus their futures on today's problems and opportunities.

Your support is making all of this happen. Investments in students is an investment in a better future for all of us.  Every donation, large or small, makes a difference. Thank you for your generous support.

James P. Porter
Dean of The College of Life Sciences