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In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Land-Grant Act. It is regarded by some scholars as one of the most important pieces of legislation in the history of the United States because it gifted federal land to the states to establish land-grant institutions for educating and training the next wave of growth for society. In 1863, Penn State became one of the nation's first land-grant institutions with a three-part mission of teaching, research, and service.

No longer a state mission, the One Health Microbiome Center at Penn State now has a global mandate to promote the general good and wellbeing of the microbiome community at large. It is in the spirit of serving the public good and wellbeing that we ask givers like you to join our impacts and support the crucial next steps of our growth into the future.

Join us in a quest to define the future of microbiome science and build a legacy of contributions to promote the general welfare of the microbiome community. Every gift counts.