SUPPORT SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING
Thank you for your interest in advancing medical education and training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Using state-of-the-art educational methods and tools, we strive to research, develop, and deliver superlative outcomes-based health care education, and to make an impact on human lives.
Under the direction of Dr. John Vozenilek, we provide services to undergraduate medical education students, graduate medical education trainees, continuing education to practicing physicians and larger medical centers, clinics, practice groups, and corporations, and help to maintain the technical competence of Chicago’s regional health care workforce. With a gift to STIL, your generosity will reach throughout these groups of health care providers, making a difference in the health and the lives of all citizens of the world.
For your convenience, a number of giving opportunities are available to directly impact our research, training, and outreach programs. Please consider a gift to support the equipment needs of STIL or advance our overall mission with a gift to the Education and Research Fund, which allows Dr. Vozenilek the freedom to annually address multiple, critical needs where gaps in other funding exist. Giving options also include outright gifts, appreciated assets such as securities, and pledges payable over a three- to five-year period.
To make a gift online, please visit http://www.giving.northwestern.edu/nu/feinberg.
Be sure to allocate your donation to STIL by indicating your support for the Equipment Needs of STIL or the STIL Education and Research Fund in the “My Designation” field.
To mail your check made payable to Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine or for more information about supporting Simulation Technology and Immersive Learning (STIL), please contact:
Assistant Dean for Development
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Development & Alumni Relations
420 East Superior Street, 9th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611