Public Health matters.
It matters to our cities, our nation, and to the global community. It matters to mothers and infants, to fathers and families. It matters to all of us.
By making a gift to support the Zilber School of Public Health, you are helping our students and faculty to explore our most pressing public health concerns, and to discover new pathways to a healthier tomorrow for all of us.
You can designate your gift to the Zilber School to one of the following areas:
Student Scholarship Fund
A gift of any amount to our scholarship fund has a direct and important impact on our students. Graduates of the Zilber School of Public Health are poised to lead change in the dynamic and challenging field of public health. Your scholarship gift helps accelerate their path to graduation and enhances their academic engagement.
Faculty Research Fund
Our faculty are conducting cutting-edge research to discover breakthrough solutions to improve the public’s health. Your research gift helps to advance our mission to develop and support a critical mix of creative faculty scientists who work across disciplines and communities to forge evidence-based solutions to persistent and emerging public health challenges.
Dean’s Impact Fund
Through the Dean’s impact fund, we pursue unique collaborative opportunities and partnerships that allows us to share our talent and delve deeper into core public health issues impacting our city, our region and our nation.
Thank you for considering a gift to the Zilber School of Public Health. As Wisconsin’s first dedicated school of Public Health, our students and faculty will have a significant impact on the health of our population. Our donors and partners provide essential support to making that happen.
Learn more about ways to give by contacting us or by following this link.
Anne N. Panter
Director of Major and Planned Giving
Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Zilber School of Public Health, Room 550
1240 N. 10th Street P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413