Make a Gift

There are many ways to support the staff, faculty, and students at CMIL. One of the most effective things that you can do is to donate to our programs. We are seeking funding to support two main goals of CMIL:

  • To develop the research facilities at the marine lab through by improving infrastructure, purchasing additional scientific equipment, and funding student research scholarships.
  • To build and support the education and outreach programs provided by students involved in MEBSA in and around our community.

CMIL Donations

SDSU_3Color-RVDonate to our research program and marine lab infrastructure through the SDSU Make a Gift Campaign. When choosing your designation options, select¬†“College of Sciences” and “Other,” and enter “Coastal and Marine Institute” in the “Other Designation” text box.

 

MEBSA Donations

Donate to student and faculty outreach and education initiative programs.

 

Your generous gift will go towards funding the following initiatives:

CMIL wishlist

  • Student research scholarships
    • Financial support will enable students to purchase necessary supplies and equipment to complete their research projects.
  • Student participation in scientific meetings
    • Provide assistance to undergraduate and graduate students to travel to scientific meetings to present their research.
  • Power tools and drills for the ecology shop
  • Water quality measurement probes (e.g. dissolved oxygen, pH)
  • Improved student workstations

MEBSA wishlist

  • Marine Science Seminar Series
    • We would like to host speakers from around California and beyond to present their research. This will increase our opportunities for collaborations and the overall quality of our research.
  • CMIL Open House
    • Funding will enable us to improve our educational exhibits and broaden our reach to the San Diego community.
  • Outreach initiatives
    • Making Waves (High school visitation program)
    • San Diego Science Alliance (SDSA) High Tech Fair
    • Tidepooling programs
    • “So you think you can be a marine biologist” seminars