Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship
Charles Fuller took the
Great Commission seriously, applying his mind and energy to it with all his God-given
ingenuity and resourcefulness. He employed new-fangled technology to share the
hope of Christ, even shaping popular culture for the better. To honor his example, we have launched the Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship, which will henceforth be the source of annual need-based
scholarships and a vital element of the Fuller Fund.
Click here to give to the Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship.
Fuller Global Network
What does it take to prepare men and women to meet the needs of the 21st century church and world? One response is the Fuller Global Network Fund, which was created to organize and communicate Fuller’s various global initiatives.
The Fuller Global Network Fund supports the Horner Center for Lifelong Learning, Fuller’s Regional Campuses, Distance Learning courses and Fuller Online, and innovative technology that will expand opportunities for Fuller students around the globe to study without leaving their communities and ministries.
Make a gift to the Fuller Global Network today!
School of Psychology: Warren and Janet Brown Scholarship
As professor of psychology, director of the Lee Edward Travis Research Institute, and beloved mentor to many in the School of Psychology, Dr. Warren Brown and his wife Janet have played a foundational role in the lives of many Fuller alumni/ae. "Warren and Janet Brown have an incredible commitment to professional excellence, to their marriage and family, and to meaningfully enhancing others' lives. Their lives inspire those around them to live and work with courage and integrity."
Now, to help further that influence, a significant new scholarship is being established in the name of Warren and Janet Brown. The scholarship committee is chaired by alumni Galen Buckwalter and Lynn K. Paul.
With a goal of $350,000, the new Warren and Janet Brown Scholarship will encourage professional excellence and offer critical support to students who want to impact the lives of others through neuropsychological research. The scholarship will be given annually to one or more students studying neuropsychology in Dr. Brown's laboratory in the form of a research assistantship for one school year.
If you would like to partner by giving a gift in
this effort to extend the impact of Warren and Janet Brown-- and enable students with a heart for research to pursue their calling-- please contact Galen Buckwalter at email@example.com.
For any pledge or gift questions, please contact Christa Reiff, Director of Development for the School of Psychology at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 626-584-5489 for further options.