Dean Emeritus Donald E. Wilson Endowed Scholarship Fund

Dean Emeritus Wilson Scholarship A Project of School of Medicine Scholarships

The Dean Wilson Scholarship provides a vehicle for the continued recruitment of a bright, diverse student body for the University of Maryland School of Medicine, an essential component of quality healthcare for all populations. The scholarship helps expand the School of Medicine's class of multifaceted, exemplary students, bringing together those of all backgrounds to contribute to the innovation of healthcare.

How can you help?

Gifts to the Dean Wilson Scholarship help driven and qualified students of all backgrounds get the support they need to succeed at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Supported by 15 Donations:

  • Robert  M.
    Robert M. '89
    As an alumnus I hope this scholarship continues to support advancing diversity within the school of medicine.
  • Gregory R.
    I Gave $600
    This is to support Student Scholarships in the School of Medicine
  • Ben S.
    I Gave $300
    Thank you Dean Emeritus Wilson for your leadership.
  • Walter R.
    I Gave $100
  • Angela  B.
    Angela B. '93
    I Gave $250
  • Silhouette
    Anonymous
    I Gave $1,000
    Thank you, Dean Emeritus Wilson & Mrs. Wilson for supporting students of all backgrounds!
  • Aaron B.
    Aaron B. '98
    I Gave $1,500
    Annual donation for the Dean Emeritus Wilson Scholarship Fund
  • Aaron B.
    Aaron B. '98
    I Gave $450
    3 tickets for the dinner event.
  • Natalie W.
    I Gave $500
    As a recipient of a mulitifaceted and multicultural education, I am compelled to pay it forward.
  • John G.
    John G. '85
    I Gave $500
    to scholarship fund
  • Beje T.
    As the generation before us did let's hold the door open for the next generation
  • G. Stephen and Phyllis H.
  • Silhouette
    Anonymous
    I Gave $1,000
  • Aaron B.
    Aaron B. '98
    I Gave $1,500
  • Natalie W.
    I Gave $250
    I am proud to give back to an institution that provided my foundation in Medicine.