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Davidson College women’s tennis great Emmy Knobloch ’82 played an inspired game, and inspired patients and colleagues in her chosen profession of medicine. Her family has honored her memory with a new women’s tennis scholarship. Learn more.
Anissa Patton ’91 recognized an opportunity for Black women alums of Davidson College to help Black women students navigate college life and build professional connections. Now, more than 50 matches have been made through the Msaada Mentoring Program. Find out more.
The new Sterling T. Martin Jr. Cross Country and Track & Field Scholarship honors a track and field standout and dedicated alum and former Davidson College employee. The scholarship will help the coaching staff attract exceptional talent.
The new Dr. K.D. Weeks ’69 Davidson Research Network (DRN) Fund honors the legacy of an alum whose mentorship has launched and supported the careers of hundreds of Davidson College graduates in medical careers. Learn more.
The William K. Mahony Fund for Contemplative Practice and Learning honors a beloved Davidson College professor whose impact is felt across generations of students. Learn more.
Davidson College’s Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship welcomes Innovator-in-Residence Donna Peters ’89. In the role, Peters will share her extensive experience with students. Learn more.
Davidson College alum Greg Johnson and wife, Elise, help take the college’s transformational athletics facility project to the next level with their commitment. Learn more.
Davidson College alums create a fitting tribute to a dear friend who spent a lifetime fighting injustice. Learn more.
Alum displaced by Hurricane Katrina leaves lasting mark on campus with Hobart Park labyrinth, a place for meditation, contemplation and prayer. Years later, it bears her name. Learn more.
Davidson College trustee Cintra Pollack ’99 has pledged her support for a project to commemorate the lives and contributions of enslaved persons whose labor contributed to the growth and development of the college. Five artist teams will present their visions for the public work. Read more.
Record-breaking fundraising totals underscore the Davidson College community’s commitment to student success by bolstering scholarship support, internship opportunities, athletics priorities, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and more. Read on.
Kristi Mitchem ’92 is passionate about the ways the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation & Entrepreneurship puts the liberal arts experience into practice for students as they develop business acumen.
Olivia Ware ’78 is the alum of color who has given the most financially to Davidson in the history of the college, but her support extends beyond money. Read more.
As President Carol Quillen’s tenure at Davidson College comes to a close, alums, faculty, staff and friends of the college honor her leadership with gifts to the college totaling more than $49 million. Read more.
The McFayden family will match up to $150,000 in donations to go toward diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at Davidson College. It’s their second challenge in two years and honors President Carol Quillen’s leadership.
A new scholarship recognizing the impact of long-time Davidson College head baseball coach Dick Cooke and his wife, Susan, will help the college recruit top talent. Read more.
The Duke Endowment has committed $25 million to fund scholarships, faculty positions and out-of-classroom learning experiences for students.
Alum honors Davidson College professor by funding an endowed professorship in his name. Learn more about the Denham Family Professorship in the Humanities.
A $10 million commitment to Davidson College’s new athletics initiative, “Athletics Done Right - The Next Step,” honors President Carol Quillen and moves the college closer to enhanced athletics facilities for the entire college community and fans.
From coast to coast and across the globe, members of the Davidson community shared why they are “all in” for Wildcat students, programs and more. By midnight, all goals were surpassed.