The Registries has an extraordinary publication record and USTUR research has contributed to several International Commission on Radiation Protection (ICRP) guidelines for assessing human exposures to actinide elements such as plutonium and uranium. If you would like to contribute to the work that is being conducted at the USTUR, donations to the USTUR’s general fund can be made.
To honor the memory of the former USTUR director, Dr. Anthony C. James, Washington State University, College of Pharmacy has established a scholarship fund. Tony’s own education was supported primarily through scholarships and he would have been very enthusiastic of a scholarship that enables students achieve their goals and, ultimately, make the world a better place for all. The current target of the Anthony C. James Scholarship Fund is to reach $25,000, which will establish the endowment. The endowment will help support WSU students pursuing a degree in the field of science and technology, with emphasis to radiation protection.
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Contributions are fully tax deductible as donations to the WSU Foundation, non-profit tax ID number 91-1075542.