Through PLU's crowdfunding program, you can make a big impact on student- and employee-led projects of all sizes!

Below, you can browse projects from 2015-2017 that inspired people to give and assisted students and faculty in world-changing work. If you have any questions, please contact PLU's crowdfunding director Andrea Michelbach (michelan@plu.edu, 253-535-7178).

To find current PLU crowdfunding projects, please visit our new crowdfunding page

To get started, click on a project below.

Through PLU's crowdfunding program, you can make a big impact on student- and employee-led projects of all sizes!

Below, you can browse projects from 2015-2017 that inspired people to give and assisted students and faculty in world-changing work. If you have any questions, please contact PLU's crowdfunding director Andrea Michelbach (michelan@plu.edu, 253-535-7178).

To find current PLU crowdfunding projects, please visit our new crowdfunding page


To get started, click on a project below.
PLU ACS Student Delegates at COP 22

PLU ACS Student Delegates at COP 22

Two PLU students have been selected to represent the American Chemical Society (ACS) as student delegates in Morocco at the 22nd annual Conference of Parties (COP 22) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Eight student delegates will meet in Washington DC for training, attend a week of the UN Conference in Morocco, and present reflections at the ACS National meeting in San Francisco. They will be interviewing scientists, policymakers, and national leaders, blogging and engaging in social media as a project to increase public scientific literacy. Help make this amazing opportunity a reality for two students passionate about climate change and international policy!

Two PLU students have been selected to represent the American Chemical Society (ACS) as student delegates in Morocco at the 22nd annual Conference of Parties (COP 22) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Eight student delegates will meet in Washington DC for training, attend a week of the UN Conference in Morocco, and present reflections at the ACS National meeting in San Francisco. They will be interviewing scientists, policymakers, and national leaders, blogging and engaging in social media as a project to increase public scientific literacy. Help make this amazing opportunity a reality for two students passionate about climate change and international policy!


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70
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$6,108
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$5,000
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$6,108 / $5,000 Raised

70 Supporters

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