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Preparing UC San Diego Arts and Humanities for the Next Century of Innovation

Gifts from alumni, parents and friends play an important role in keeping the Division of Arts and Humanities on the leading edge of innovation. Even modest contributions can achieve big results and have a tremendous impact on our campus. For questions, or to learn more about how you can support UC San Diego Arts and Humanities, please contact us.

“We wanted to create an endowment to support the undergraduate dance students that rise to the top,” said Margaret Marshall, founder of the dance program at UC San Diego. She established, with her husband Mark G. Marshall, a $100,000 endowment fund to continue the legacy of dance in the Division of Arts and Humanities.

For more information regarding gift opportunities, please contact:

  • Julie Bronstein

    Julie Bronstein

    Senior Director of Development
    (858) 534-9043
    jmbronstein@ucsd.edu
    Fax: (858) 822-3732

  • Brittani Kelly

    Brittani Kelly

    Associate Director of Development
    (858) 534-9050
    bakelly@ucsd.edu
    Fax: (858) 822-3732

  • Tracy Johnson

    Tracy Johnson

    Director of Development
    (858) 822-0056
    tracyj@ucsd.edu
    Fax: (858) 822-3732

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