Planned Giving, Naming Opportunities, and Other Ways to Give
For more information about gifting opportunities (including donating appreciated stock or real estate) or to make a gift by telephone, please call:
Senior Director of Development
The Department of Urology at the University of Wisconsin is dedicated to providing outstanding care, improving quality of life, and shaping the future of urology through education and research.
Our faculty physicians provide state-of-the-art treatment of all urologic disorders at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, American Family Children's Hospital, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Meriter Hospital, and several UW Health Urology Clinics in and around Madison. Learn more about our program
Our nationally recognized residency and fellowship programs prepare the next generation of urologists for careers in academic medicine and private practice. The department's team of doctors, scientists and other professionals work collaboratively with researchers at the University of Wisconsin and around the nation, to conduct leading edge basic science and clinical research to advance the understanding and treatment of urologic cancers and other urologic disorders.
Your donations are critical to the further advancement of our mission. Donors at the following levels will be recognized at a reception at the Annual Fall Uehling Lectures:
$1,000 or more: Sisk Scholar
$2,500 or more: Wear Scholar
$5,000 or more: Uehling Scholar
$10,000 or more: Middleton Society
$25,000 or more: Bardeen Fellows
To make a donation, select the fund to which you want to give from the listing below. To make a gift by mail, please send donations to: UW Department of Urology, 600 Highland Avenue, G5/339 MC-3236, Madison, WI 53792. You may also contact the Office of the Chair at (608) 263-1359 for more information about donating to the Department of Urology.
Contributions to the Urology Research and Education Fund will be used to advance the understanding and treatment of urologic cancers and other urologic disorders and to educate residents, practicing urologists and other health professionals.
David T. Uehling Professorship of Urology
Contributions to the Uehling Professorship of Urology will support the research and academic activities of the Chair of the Department of Urology.
Uehling Visiting Professor Fund
Contributions to the Uehling Visiting Professor Fund will support the Department's "Annual Fall Uehling Lectures" series.