friends of the University have been increasingly generous. The
just-completed campaign more than doubled the total earned in
the last such effort.
Hanhausen Milton Freshman Lecture Program
initiative brings distinguished figures to campus to lecture on important social
issues. Past guests have included Stephen Jay Gould, Doris Kearns Goodwin, and
Elie Wiesel. This fall Toni Morrison was the featured speaker.
Newhouse Apprenticeship Program in Newspaper Journalism for Minorities
gift supports a three-year apprenticeship program for Newhouse minority students
with the Newhouse Newspapers.
student business plan competition is hosted by the Program in Entrepreneurship
and Emerging Enterprises at the School of Management.
Technology Support for
the School of Management
anonymous gift was received from an SU alumna to upgrade technology in the School
Center for Careers in Theatre and the Arielle Tepper Endowed Scholarship
initiatives provide scholarship support and funding for experiential learning
for VPA students through a professional practices course, lectures by visiting
professionals, and travel to New York City theater events.
Louis and Elma Trupin
need-based scholarship aids undergraduate students in the Newhouse School.
The University Lecture
a University-wide cross-disciplinary lecture series supported by SU Trustee
Robert B. Menschel. It features distinguished professionals from such areas
as communications management, public policy, the arts, and the sciences. Among
those scheduled to appear are diplomat and former U.S. Senator George Mitchell,
cognitive scientist Steven Pinker, and Canadian designer Bruce Mau.
Lois and Martin Whitman
Endowed Graduate Scholarship Fund
need-based scholarship provides aid to M.B.A. students in the School of Management,
with preference given to students of color.
In addition to the scholarships listed above, the decade saw
nearly 200 new merit- and need-based scholarships worth $100,000
or more created thanks to the generosity of donors.
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The College of Law added Winifred
MacNaughton Hall to its facilities in 1998.