The University of Findlay’s Give Voice to your Values Campaign is the focus of the fall FindlayMag issue, which was recently published and can be found online here.
Included are compelling stories about campaign funding recipients and donors, along with a feature about a key campus building that was constructed with money collected during the campaign. Articles focus on:
- Kayla Prater, a Katherine Ballard Reed Memorial Scholarship recipient who is a cancer cell biology research assistant. Preater, a senior, was inspired to study biology after her twin sister, Justine Prater, also a UF student, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
- Alyse Dorton, a Van Swerigen Memorial Fund Scholarship Recipient who is studying animal science and pre-veterinary medicine. Her involvement in clubs and activities on and off campus has benefited many.
- Jared Matte, a Valicore Environmental Services LLC Scholarship Recipient who is a junior in the Environmental Safety and Health Management Program. When he graduates, he hopes to land a job involving environmental compliance and safety, and return home to care for his mother, who has scleroderma.
- The Davis Street Building addition, which houses labs and classrooms for pharmacy, health sciences, science and forensic courses. The addition supports several undergraduate and graduate research projects that range from studies of compounds that potentially have cancer-fighting properties to microbial sample examinations.
- The Donnell Broadway Concert Series, now a decade old. The series brings nationally and internationally acclaimed actors to campus, the vast majority of whom conduct master classes for students studying theater and music.
As always, The University of Findlay’s Annual Report, along with Class Notes that list alumni updates, are also included.