A named professorship, graduate student fellowship, research fund, or community space is a lasting gift that permanently associates the name of the donor – or that of a family member, friend, colleague, or professor – with the Koch Institute at MIT. These gifts are often the culmination of a life-long commitment to philanthropy.
Naming opportunities are available at many levels of giving from $50,000 to establish a named undergraduate research opportunity (UROP) fund, to $1 million to fully fund a graduate fellowship, and from $250,000 to several million dollars to name a space in our new building.
Named spaces within our new cancer research building
First floor naming opportunities Naming opportunities floors 2 through 6 Shared technical facilities more >>
Research Centers at the Koch Institute
Center for Nanotechnology Science Swanson Biotechnology Center more >>
Funds for research
Frontier Research Fund Fund a Clinical Investigator more >>
Funds for cancer education and training programs
Endowed Full Professorship Endowed Career Development Professorship Fund a postdoctoral fellowship Fund a graduation student fellowship Fund a UROP more >>
For more information on making a naming gift to the Koch Institute, please contact:
Lisa Marks Schwarz Managing Director of Development Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT, 76-158 Cambridge, MA 02319