Jay Hurt’s $5M commitment fuels innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.
First-year student Jennifer Griffin ’21 is embracing life at Davidson, thanks to a personal drive to succeed and generous scholarship support from Tom and Nancy Maher, of Asheville, N.C.
Roy Alexander’s work to preserve the environment lives on through the Davidson Lands Conservancy and a new internship in his honor.
An unprecedented gift creates four new Davidson baseball scholarships, more than doubling the total and transforming the program. The donor was inspired by last year’s run to the top of the A-10 and regional tournaments and underdog battle in the super regional. Those team members get their championship rings during halftime at the men’s basketball game tonight. Go Cats!
Lula Bell’s provides resources for Davidson College students, and a space for community.
With a mission and brand that stand out among the competition, Davidson College class of 2011 alumni found success as scholarship champions and now as fashion entrepreneurs. Meet Rhoback and the brains behind it.
The Davidson College community rallied to raise $66 million over the just-ended fiscal year, the second-highest total in school history. The vital funds will be channeled into scholarships, faculty support–the equivalent of 10 professorships, athletics and helping graduates launch into careers or further education.
As a student, Chad Morgan ’96 saw Davidson as “a melting pot of differences,” and it changed his life in important and lasting ways.
Bionic limbs, targeted cancer therapies, stem cells, laparoscopic surgeries, gene sequencing–medical research advances save or improve countless lives every day. Through a program in partnership with Davidson alumni and research centers across the country, students participate in some of today’s most promising efforts to understand, treat and eradicate diseases. The Davidson Research Network (DRN) provides Read More
Lula Bell Houston dedicated her entire 60-year career to serving and building relationships with Davidson students. This fall, a new on-campus resource center named Lula Bell’s will remove barriers to student success and provide enriching programs for all students.
“Students of color need Davidson and, just as importantly, Davidson needs students of color. In order for everyone to understand history and the roles we all have in building our future, we have to talk to one another and learn from our unique experiences,” said Tonya Keener. Davidson’s first Emergence Scholar, Obai Kamara ’17, will graduate this month.
The Hub@Davidson will connect Davidson students and faculty with entrepreneurs and innovators in a unique space. The project has received a boost with a gift from alumnus Ed Van Deman ’69 and his wife, Dr. Nancie Fimbel.
The Terry Program scholars form a cohort of students chosen for their potential for leadership and growth both on campus and in their careers and lives after Davidson.
This year’s record-breaking giving day, #AllinforDavidson, raised $1,041,125 from 3,698 donors. The April 26 event began at 5:23 a.m. and lasted 18 hours and 37 minutes in recognition of the college’s 1837 founding.
Student leaders celebrate The Davidson Trust and its daily impact on creating experiences, fostering conversation and expanding viewpoints. The 8th annual Dinner at Davidson is this Saturday.
Mark and Simone Bye have moved 10 times in 25 years of marriage, mostly outside of the United States. They have lived in six countries and many of the world’s major metropolitan cities, and they grew their family by three along the way. Their second child, Colin ’17, turned the family’s attention to Davidson, and now they are hoping to use their global perspective to enhance the experiences of the college’s nearly 2,000 students.