J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professorships
1994 and 1995, SU received bequests from the estate of L. Douglas Meredith to
be used for special professorships. Chancellor Shaw and then-Vice Chancellor
Vincow created the Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professorships of Teaching
Excellence, to be conferred upon a number of tenured professors who have proven
track records as outstanding teachers. During their three-year terms, Meredith
Professors receive an annual supplemental salary award and an annual fund for
professional development. The Meredith Professors also convene a Meredith Symposium,
meeting twice a semester to discuss and reflect on the state of teaching at
SU and to develop means to work collectively and individually to improve the
million to $5 million gifts
B. Menschel Media Center
gift supported the renovation of the first floor of Watson Hall for the use
of Light Work, the Community Darkrooms, University Union Television, WJPZ radio,
and University Union Cinema.
Stanford S. Setnor,
M.D., and Rose and Jules Setnor Endowment for the College of Visual and Performing
will provide scholarships for undergraduates in the Setnor School of Music and
will support the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA). In recognition
of the Setnorsí gift, VPA renamed the School of Music and Crouse College Auditorium
in their honor.
and Bill Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion
recreational facility was built on South Campus for use by the University community.
Winnick Family Foundation
Family Endowed Scholarship
B. Winnick Literacy Initiative
scholarships support students with financial need, and the literacy initiative
supports tutoring efforts by the Center for Public and Community Service.
The Winnick Hillel Center
for Jewish Life
facility will be built on the corner of Walnut Place and Harrison Street.