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Chair, Professorship and Fellowship Profile Update

Queen’s University is strongly committed to ensuring we handle gifts from our thoughtful and generous donors with the greatest care. One of the best ways to steward and engage our donors of Endowed and Expendable Funds, and provide the opportunity to increase our fundraising, is to demonstrate how these funds have inspired greatness and "Initiative" at Queen's.
Every year, the Stewardship Office reports to donors on the financial progress of their fund and would like to include a summary from you, the faculty member who holds a Chair, Professorship or Fellowship.

Please complete the following for the 2014-15 fiscal year.

·Please answer the questions in the “first person”

Faculty Information
Chair/Professorship/Fellowship Update
Use this section to preface your report with a thank you to the donor(s) and acknowledge how funding for the Chair/Professorship/Fellowship has supported the work of you and your collaborators.
Use this section to describe what you are hoping to discover through your research/academic/clinical work.
Use this section to describe the importance of your research/academic/clinical work. If possible demonstrate its importance by tying it to real-life problems or situations.
Use this section to outline a few key accomplishments from the past year as they relate to the Chair/Professorship. If possible outline aspects of your research/academic/clinical work that had an impact on the community (local, national or international).
Use this section to outline objectives for the coming year as they relate to the Chair/Professorship.
Use this section to attach any photos, media articles, journal excerpts or other items that may be of interest to the donor.
Along with the completed form, we invite you to attach a short video. Simply include your name, chair/professorship/fellowship name, and short thank you directed to the donor. Please do not direct your thank you to a specific name.
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