A Difference You Can MakeResearch endowments and gifts that fund top-quality equipment are of critical importance to our students. Endowments enable students to pursue their passions in the classroom and beyond; the opportunity to learn with new and improved equipment simplifies this pursuit. Designate your gift to support student learning and research, or fund equipment directly to benefit students today and in the future.
Current Equipment Endowments
- Douglas Alvarez Soccer Equipment Endowment
To help fund the equipment needs of the men’s soccer team
- Goblet Family Fisheries and Wildlife Equipment Endowment
To support equipment for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department.
- Dr. Stephen Mackenzie Canine Equipment Endowment
To purchase equipment that will support SUNY Cobleskill's Canine program
- Pat and Carolyn Tucker Fisheries and Wildlife Equipment Endowment
The Tucker Family Endowment in Wildlife Management Research Technology memorializes the importance and value of wildlife, handed down from a father to a son. The family hunted, fished, and enjoyed the forests, rivers, and fields in upstate NY. These experiences with wildlife resonated with their son, a 1979 SUNY Cobleskill graduate with a 30+ year career in wildlife management. Given their son's exposure to field technology at SUNY Cobleskill and the rapid advancements in wildlife management that have occurred in the last 40 years, the Tucker Family Endowment is established to assist the Department and students by providing current technology for applied science in fish and wildlife research. This endowment is designed to provide instructors and/or students with up-to-date technological equipment, analytics, etc... It may also provide access or exposure to off-site technology at other organizations.
Applied, student-centered management research is the hallmark of the educational mission of the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Science at SUNY Cobleskill. Future wildlife leaders who are exposed to, understand, and encourage the use of modern, ever-changing technology are critical to ensuring the well-being of healthy and diverse wildlife populations with an expanding human population.
- The Harry Worthington Equipment and Technology Endowment for Dairy or Beef Science
The Endowment will support updated equipment and technology needs that support classes in Dairy and/or Beef Science.
Research Grant Endowments
- John and Marsha Foster Research Grant Endowment
Grant proposals must be written and submitted by Fisheries and Aquaculture students. Fisheries & Aquaculture Faculty and Staff will review proposals and allocate funding based on the following criteria:
• Endorsement by supervising faculty or staff
• Merit of the Research
• Potential outcome and benefits of the Research
• Potential for publication and/or presentation of the research
• Academic program improvement by the study
• Student and course involvement in the Research
• Potential for external funding
• Support and/or funding from other sources
A copy of SUNY Cobleskill Foundation's latest Annual Report filed with the Charities Bureau is available upon request from SUNY Cobleskill Office of Advancement or the Office of the New York State Attorney General, The Capitol, Albany, N.Y. 12224.
Why I Give
Jamie Jonker, '92
Dairy Production and Management, AAS
“Both academic and extra-curricular student activities at SUNY Cobleskill were an important foundation for my future academic and career achievements. Therefore I find it important to support both academic and extra-curricular student activities for future SUNY Cobleskill students.”