Erica Miller and Chris Brooks, both seniors, were able to choose Davidson because of the generosity of Sandy and Bobby Bowers ’93.
This grant is the fourth largest in college history and will fund five full-tuition scholarships, starting with the class of 2025.
Shelby Holmes ’20 is working to help nonprofit organizations identify and meet needs in her own backyard, with the support of Davidson alumni.
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.
Verna Case, the Beverly F. Dolan Professor of Biology, will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. Her career has been dedicated to teaching students how to think.
Davidson parents are hoping to help students realize their dreams with new endowed scholarships.
Joelle Dietrick, Davidson’s first digital art professor, is the inaugural Keiser Professor.
Earlier this year, the campaign surpassed the $425 million milestone, and the effort continues until June 2019 with a laser-beam focus on scholarship support.
The Alvarez Access Program will ensure that all international students, not just Alvarez Scholars, have dedicated resources and staff support to delve into the curricular, career-guiding and perspective-widening opportunities Davidson offers.
At Davidson, the grant will foster STEM faculty development in a variety of ways, including the collaborative examination of institutional structures that limit success in STEM.
Davidson alumnae have created a lasting way to recognize their favorite professor’s contributions to the college and the countless ways he continues to influence their lives today.
As recipients of the Beckman Scholars Award, Sarah Ethridge ’19 and Ummer Qureshi ’19 conduct research with real-world implications.
The original 2,000 donor goal was hit at 4 p.m., and the #AllinforDavidson challenge shattered records!
Davidson College’s ongoing fundraising campaign crossed its original goal of $425 million more than a year ahead of schedule and already has generated more than $187 million for scholarships to bring talented young people to Davidson, funded more than a dozen professorships and built a transdisciplinary academic center that serves as a model for higher Read More
Ross’s planned scholarship gift will support Catholic students with demonstrated financial need.
Yinka Shonibare’s vivid sculptures prompt conversation and gently question issues of identity and history. Because of support from Davidson College Trustee Pat Rodgers, Shonibare’s latest work, “Wind Sculpture (SG) I,” will be installed at Davidson five months after its March debut in New York City’s Central Park. Rodgers’ late husband B.D. loved public art, and learning from others with perspectives different from his own.