USF Chapter of the NAI
Donations to the Sanberg Family Inventors Commons at USF
The Sanberg Family Inventors Commons was established in the USF Research Park to honor the members of the USF Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors. Located on the north side of the Interdisciplinary Research Building (IDR), between the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame "Walk of Fame" and the FLEX, the Sanberg Family Inventors Commons walkway features a brick for each Chapter member, with larger pavers honoring members of the National Academies and other high honors and awards. There is also a special past president's section, located near the FLEX, to memorialize our history and honor Chapter Presidents. The Sanberg Family Inventors Commons was made possible, in part, by the generous support of the Sanberg family, the Chacour family and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council.
Donations are deeply appreciated to assist with the maintenance of Sanberg Family Inventors Commons to continue this special recognition for future chapter members. Thank you for your consideration.
Donations are tax deductible.
Donations to the USF Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors
The USF Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors welcomes donations from individuals, organizations and industrial/governmental concerns which can provide assistance to our officers and membership in supporting the mission, activities, programs and events hosted and sponsored by the Chapter.
To donate to the Chapter's USF Faculty and Staff Campaign Account via credit card please click Make a Gift.
All checks should be made out to:
USF Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors
3702 Spectrum Blvd., Suite 165
Mailpoint: 30338 USF Holly Drive
Tampa, FL 33612-9445
Gifts of any size are welcome and will be used to strengthen, showcase and nurture USF's science and engineering community of students, scholars, educators, faculty, and supporters. Many of the Chapters events are open to the University and the Greater Tampa Communities so that the knowledge, ideas and information can serve the broadest audience possible and assist in expanding scientific and engineering literacy.