In Memoriam

Selected funds for gifts made in Memoriam.

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University

Dr. Dorrough began his education at the Courant Institute and served as a teacher, a professor and a lecturer throughout his career.  It seemed fitting that his legacy should contribute to the education of the next generation of mathematicians.

The selected fund at the institute is the Courant Alumni Fellowship Fund, a general scholarship account for the Institute.

Online:  https://www.nyu.edu/giving/give-now/

by Mail: Office of Gift Planning, New York University, 25 West 4th Street, 404, New York, NY 10012 (Please make sure the memo line includes “in memory of Douglas C. Dorrough, Ph.D.)

North Carolina University, Chapel Hill
Department of Philosophy

Dr. Dorrough’s Ph.D. was earned at NCU Chapel Hill. He believed that his studies in logic and philosophy contributed much to his later research in artificial intelligence and machine learning. To donate:

Online: https://secure.dev.unc.edu/gift/Default.aspx?p=PHIL. Select the “Department of Philosophy (101420)” from the fund drop down menu. After entering the gift amount click the “next” button and there will be an opportunity at the bottom of the following page (under gift options), to check “This gift is to be made in honor or in memory of someone.” There you would enter Douglas C. Dorrough, Ph.D. It is not necessary to complete the notification information.

By Check: Check should be made payable to UNC Department of Philosophy, with “in honor of Douglas C. Dorrough, Ph.D. in the memo. The check should be mailed to the attention of Shontel Grumhaus, Senior Director of Development, The Arts and Sciences Foundation, 134 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.

Johns Hopkins Medicine
Neurology and Neurosurgery

Dr. Dorrough loved the study of the brain and all things related. During his life he suffered from left-frontal epilepsy on occasion and his life was ended by the devastation of vascular dementia. Johns Hopkins has a stellar reputation in the development of research related to mental disorders and to disorders affecting memory.

Online, by phone or by mail:
http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/about_us/charitable_giving/index.html

Please select “Give to Neurology” and follow the instructions provided. You will be permitted to designate the gift as a memorial, please use Douglas C. Dorrough, Ph.D.

Sincere appreciation for the thoughtfulness of Victoria’s co-workers  in Calgary. They have been very supportive throughout Dr. Dorrough’s battle with dementia and most especially during these past few weeks.

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One thought on “In Memoriam”

  1. I was privileged to meet Douglas, or the remnants of Douglas. Ever a gentleman, he maintained a sense of play to the end. And, yes: participated in a communion that fills my eyes with tears. Truly a life well lived. So sad the remnants are gone; but he was much more, and that will live on.

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