Named Endowed Funds

Starting with Andrew Carnegie’s gift to create an endowment for the Carnegie Institution in 1902, many generous benefactors have stepped forward to create endowed funds at Carnegie. Endowed funds enable the institution’s scientists to operate at the cutting edge of their fields and to make important discoveries for the benefit of humankind. The following endowed funds were created by individuals or in honor of individuals:

Ira and Mary Bowen Fund

Bush Bequest Fund

Bush Retreat Fund

Vannevar Bush Chair

Andrew Carnegie Fund

Colburn Fund

Scott E. Forbush Fund

Sybil and William T. Golden Endowment Fund

Cecil and Ida Green Senior Fellowship Fund

Crawford Greenewalt Chair

Hale Relief Fund

Harkavy Fund

Hollaender Fund

Lundmark Fund

Barbara McClintock Fellowship Fund

Morgenroth Fund

Moseley Astronomy Fund

Moseley Fund

Richard B. Roberts Memorial Fellowship Fund

Vera Rubin Postdoctoral Fellowship Fund

C.V. Starr Fellowship Fund

Wood Fund