Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience
Affective MindBrain Research Fund
Contributions to this fund shall be used to support research on brain emotional systems as they relate to the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of depression conducted in the College of Veterinary Medicine's Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN).
Bernice Gilman Baily & Joseph Baily Endowed Chair in Animal Well-Being Science
Funding supports the endowed chair position, currently occupied by Dr. Jaak Panksepp.
Bernice Gilman Baily & Joseph Baily Operations Endowment in Animal Well-Being Science
Funding supports the Center for the Study of Animal Well-Being.
Leo K. Bustad Fund
Interest from the Leo K. Bustad Endowed Fund shall be used principally for supporting programs that deal with the human-animal bond, animal-assisted therapy, and the well being of animals as being conducted by the People-Pet Partnership (PPP). These programs involve education, service and study (research). Monies will also be allotted for a Leo K. Bustad visiting professor which shall be invited to WSU to lecture, meet with faculty, staff and students and to stimulate research and inquiry on the human-animal bond and animal assisted therapy. This person will be a recognized educator, scientist and/or author, well-informed on the subject of the human-animal bond and animal-assisted therapy.
Center for Animal Well-Being Fund
Irwin Erickson Endowment
This endowment is to be used exclusively to enhance programs directly related to companion animal-human bond. Financial support of the People-Pet-Partnership is the primary purpose of the endowment.
Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience Development Fund
This fund supports the programs of the Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience Development Fund.
Jaak Panksepp Memorial Fund
The Jaak Panksepp Memorial Fund was established to support students with a passion for animal well-being and to memorialize one of the college's most esteemed faculty members.
Dr. Panksepp’s internationally recognized work has focused on the nature of the basic emotional systems of the mammalian brain, with the most recent work devoted to analyzing the brain mechanisms that mediate separation distress and social bonding. His discovery of the nature of social joy by studying the psychobiological controls of juvenile playfulness and the accompanying laughter-type sounds has redefined many of the current models of animal emotion understanding. Panksepp joined the WSU faculty in 2006 after retiring from Bowling Green State University where he worked since 1972. At WSU he held the Bernice Gilman Baily and Joseph Baily Endowed Chair in Animal Well-Being Science.
Please join us in celebrating Dr. Panksepp’s lifetime of achievement by becoming a part of this effort.
For questions about giving, contact Lynne Haley, Senior Director of Development, at (509) 335-5021 or email@example.com.
Dan Lowery Animal Well-Being Endowment
The Center for the Study of Animal Well-being generates and disseminates new knowledge aimed at improving the well-being of animals, to enhance the mutual benefits of human-animal interactions and to develop and present educational and public service programs on animal well-being and human-animal interactions.
Neuroscience Scholarship Endowment
The income from this fund shall be used to provide one or more scholarships to undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest in Neuroscience, in accordance with the policies of the Neuroscience program.
For more information about the Neuroscience Scholarship Endowment.
People Pet Partnership
People-Pet Partnership (PPP) is a public service program within the Center for the Study of Animal Well-Being at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. PPP exists to research and educate the public about the human-animal bond and its applications. Just as importantly, the PPP works to promote the humane treatment of companion animals. Contributions to PPP help support research and programs that use animals to improve people's lives in a variety of populations.
Peter A. Zornes Memorial Neuroscience Scholarship
Distributions from this Fund shall be used to support a junior or senior student who is already a declared neuroscience major. The student must submit an essay that addresses:
- Their research interests and/or expectations
- Evidence of being a self-starter and attentive to detail
- Evidence of being goal oriented
- Evidence of being compassionate and enthusiastic
- Evidence of being a well-rounded individual with multiple interests
- Evidence of community and school involvement
- The student must also submit two letters of reference.