Stevenson University has made great strides in providing state-of-theart facilities, innovative student programs, and expanded resources over the years. Our focus is to provide an exceptional student experience in academics, career preparation, and campus life. We are honored that others recognize the value of our mission and strength of our future and have chosen to invest in the university and, most importantly, its students. Highlighted here are some recent generous gifts in support of Stevenson. We offer our sincere gratitude to these and all of our donors.
Former Stevenson University Board Chair Kevin Byrnes pledged an additional $75,000 to his existing scholarship endowments. This increase will benefit future recipients of the Maureen Knerr Byrnes Endowed Scholarship for Teacher Education, named in honor of his late wife, and the Helen Fitzgerald Byrnes Endowed Scholarship for Visual Communication Design, named in honor of his late mother.
Jack Dunn IV has been a generous supporter of the Stevenson Fund, with an unrestricted $100,000 gift toward any area of need. Most recently he has chosen to support SU’s new Biomedical Engineering program with a gift of $80,000 to help with startup costs. Dunn is the parent of a current student.
The Hackerman Foundation has included Stevenson in its philanthropic mission by establishing The Hackerman Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund. This fund provides tuition assistance to academically talented and financially needy female students from underrepresented populations.
Stevenson’s Leadership Scholars program has received support from M&T Bank through a pledge of $40,000 to assist students selected to participate in the program.
The Middendorf Foundation made a gift of $50,000 to increase their existing endowed scholarship fund, The Middendorf Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Nursing, which supports Nursing students.