Lowell Bryan ’68 aims to get these two sports on the path to great progress, and the goal is to fully endow these two scholarships.
Davidson parents are hoping to help students realize their dreams with new endowed scholarships.
As recipients of the Beckman Scholars Award, Sarah Ethridge ’19 and Ummer Qureshi ’19 conduct research with real-world implications.
Ross’s planned scholarship gift will support Catholic students with demonstrated financial need.
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.
As a student, Chad Morgan ’96 saw Davidson as “a melting pot of differences,” and it changed his life in important and lasting ways.
“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.
Leading up to the class of 1979’s 35th reunion, alumni volunteers held regular conference calls to discuss plans for Reunion Weekend and also the status of their fundraising efforts. They decided they wanted to create an endowed class scholarship, something that hadn’t previously existed at Davidson.
Beckman Scholars Nika Fendler ’19 and Vivienne Fang ’18[/caption]
Two students have been named the first Beckman Scholars at Davidson College, thanks to a $104,000 award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation that will support four scholars over the course of three years.