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True Carolina Patriots: Clover Couple Create Endowed History Scholarship
Their love for genealogy and Revolutionary War history forever their passion, Upstate couple Cary and Helen Grant decided to act.
Their scholarship for history students in the College of Arts and Sciences is a fitting gift from the Clover, S.C. couple, whose church was part of an important Revolutionary War battle.
A Gift That Grows: Jablonski Affirms Bond with School of Music
The School of Music has been an important part of life for its admissions director, Jennifer Jablonski, '93.
The talented saxophonist and member of the Carolina Marching Band in her student days created a benefificary designation through her retirement plan that will keep giving back to future School of Music students.
Complete Staff Commitment: Honors College Achieves Family Fund Goal
For the sixth consecutive year, the South Carolina Honors College staff achieved 100 percent participation in the Family Fund, the University's annual campaign for faculty and staff.
President Harris Pastides lauded the accomplishment as the Family Fund continues to strengthen the University, raising funds toward scholarships, fellowships, capital improvements, and other vital needs.
Specific Request for Aerospace Center: 'Name It for Ronald McNair'
Momentum Times Two: Anita Zucker, CEO and Chair of InterTech Group Inc., recently provided a $5 million gift to the McNair Center for Aerospace Innovation and Research.
Zucker's gift, which followed a $5 million gift from philanthropist Darla Moore that established the McNair Center, has endowed the center's chair while creating the Zucker Institute for Aerospace Innovation.
Medical Benefits: Pearce Bestows $1 Million Gift on USC School of Medicine Greenville
Long-time Carolina supporter James T. Pearce, Sr., '42, once again became a philanthropic force for his alma mater April 16.
His $1 million gift for medical student scholarships benefiting the USC School of Medicine Greenville was followed by an additional $500,000 for the Carolina Scholar program.
Meet Our Campaign Leadership: Q&A With Campaign Committee Member Madina W. Cauthen
Madina W. Cauthen, '88, leads a family business enterprise that forms a bridge between the Upstate and China.
The daughter of Chinese immigrants from Hong Kong, Cauthen has used a strong work ethic that, combined with her degree from the College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management (HRSM), has resulted in substantial business expansion for Pacific Gateway Capital Group LLC.