Donate to the Translation Research and Instruction Program (TRIP)
By donating to the Translation Research and Instruction Program, you help us maintain the high quality of our program by funding graduate student stipends, research awards, and conference travel support and program speakers and events. Thank you for your support!
Marilyn Gaddis Rose Excellence Award in Translation
This award seeks to stimulate the scholarly practice of translation of literary and academic texts by graduate students working in TRIP, as well as other programs and departments that have opened space to translation as an academically-based practice at Binghamton University. The award will be made annually to honor the memory of Distinguished Service Professor Marilyn Gaddis Rose (1930-2015), an internationally recognized pioneer in the study of translation and the founder of TRIP. (Account #11151)
Ben Van Wyke Excellence Award in Translation Studies Research
This award seeks to stimulate research in the area by graduate students working in TRIP, as well as other programs and departments that have opened space to the discipline of Translation Studies at Binghamton University. The award will be made annually, as funds are available, to honor the memory of Ben Van Wyke (1976-2017), a renowned scholar and one of the TRIP Ph.D.'s first and most distinguished alumni. (Account #11145)
Marilyn Gaddis Rose Fund
Marilyn Gaddis Rose established this Fund with gifts contributed since December 5, 1996 to provide general teaching support for annual graduate stipend support, called the Marilyn Gaddis Rose Assistantship in Translation Studies. The fund does not currently provide enough support to fund a full annual graduate assistantship, and the University is no longer able to supplement the Fund. For these reasons, this Endowment represents a high fundraising priority. (Account #20603)
Historically, the Fund provided Teaching Assistantships to TRIP graduate students. One hope we have going forward is to use the fund to provide one Dissertation Year Fellowship (DYF) stipend annually to one or two TRIP doctoral students, as the Program does not have a separate allocation to offer a DYF to our students.
- Our goal is to raise $100,000 by 2028
Marilyn Gaddis Rose Operating Account for TRIP General Operating Support
Donations to this account can provide general program support or be earmarked for specific donor priorities. Funds from this account are commonly used to provide graduate funding. (Account #10618)
Other Ways to Give
If you'd like to make your gift by check, please make your check payable to the Binghamton University Foundation, write the account number (see descriptions above) in the memo line, and mail to:
Binghamton University Foundation
PO Box 6005 Binghamton, NY 13902-6005
Cash gifts can be made in person by going to the Binghamton University Foundation's Gift and Donor Records Office on the ground floor of Old O'Connor Hall (OO-G044).
For information about establishing an endowment, giving gifts of stock or including CEMERS in your estate plans, please contact Jay Duseau, Development Officer for Harpur College at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-777-4744.