Your Gifts at Work

Greg and Diane Lind Diversity in Nursing Program

Greg and Diane Lind gave a gift of $122,500 in 2015 for a program that creates scholarships for underrepresented minority students pursing undergraduate degrees in nursing. The Lind Diversity in Nursing Program will provide financial awards for underrepresented minority nursing students who complete a two-credit elective course on academic success as well as provide annual stipends to student ambassadors to serve as coaches and mentors for minority nursing students.

Dr. Rosemary T. Porter Faculty Scholar Endowment

In April 2012, we met the $100,000 goal to fund the Dr. Rosemary T. Porter Faculty Scholar Endowment honoring Dean Emerita Rosemary T. Porter. The “Take Stock in Our Faculty” appeal kicked off in April 2007 with five donors contributing a combined $10,050 by purchasing 402 shares of stock for $25 each. Thanks to many gifts, we sold the remaining 4,000 shares over the next four years.

The Simulation Education Technology Program

This program has been named by Barbara and Kenneth Levy. These individuals, along with countless other building partners, are positioning us to keep abreast of current simulation education advancements.

Faculty Positions

With your support we were able to name and endow a new, named faculty position in medical/surgical nursing; to name and endow a research faculty position; and to secure an estate commitment to endow and name a second faculty scholar position in the future.