In Memory of Robert Collmer
Dr. Collmer was a well-loved and respected member of the Baylor English department. In recognition of his numerous contributions, his son, Mark Collmer, established an endowment fund to support the difficult and expensive work of graduate students in archival research. To honor his memory, the family requests gifts be made to The Robert G. Collmer Family Archival Research Fellowship Endowed Fund.
In Memory of Paige Senter
Paige Senter was a gifted artist, designer and decorator, and will be deeply missed by all who loved her and were blessed by her life. Paige's family wants to honor her passion for art history and has requested gifts made in her memory to support the Paige Russell Senter Endowed Scholarship Fund in Art History.
In Memory of Amanda Jones
Throughout her long battle with cancer, Amanda was always grateful to the Christian nurses who ministered to her. In recognition and honor of these nurses, the Jones family requests gifts made in Amanda's memory to support the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing - a school dedicated to educating Christian nurses.
In Memory of John Iler
From the steps of the Baylor Library, where he met his wife, to the stands at the baseball field he frequented, John Iler called Baylor his home for years. His love for the university was reflected through his faithful support of the School of Engineering & Computer Science and their student scholarships, enabling him to establish a legacy that will echo through generations. To honor his memory, his family is establishing the John Norman Iler Memorial Scholarship Fund.
In Memory of Dr. William Hillis
Dr. William Hillis represented fully what it means to be Baylor Faculty - his commitment to scholarship and his selfless service toward students set an example for staff and faculty alike. Dr. Hillis made a profound difference in prehealth studies at Baylor, and his efforts empowered countless students interested in this field and beyond to realize their full potential. To honor his memory, you can designate a gift to the Scholarship Program that proudly bears his name.
In Memory of Randy Jacobs
Professor Randy Jacobs was a beloved teacher, advisor, and colleague. He taught courses on criminology, juvenile delinquency, and sociology of sport. He also served as the department's advisor and Undergraduate Program Director. We celebrate his life and contributions to Baylor students. The Department of Sociology requests gifts made in his memory to support the Sociology Department Scholarship Fund.
In Memory of Governor Mark White
Governor White's fund will provide scholarship support for Baylor Law students pursuing public service and/or public interest, support the Governor Mark White Law Day Award, provide stipends for Baylor Law students' externships or fellowships and underwrite programming and other relevant experiences.
In Memory of Dr. James Vardaman
Through his years of dedicated service to the University, Dr. James Vardaman helped educate and open new worlds to his students through his History courses. His family has requested gifts to the James Vardaman Endowed Professorship to celebrate his life and legacy here.
In Memory of Tom Parrish
Tom Parrish served Baylor University faithfully as the first Vice President for University Development, laying a foundation for Baylor's future growth and success. We celebrate his life and wonderful legacy here through the Tom Z. and Frances E. "Emmy" Parrish Endowed Scholarship Fund.
In Honor of Kate McLane Dimmitt
Kate McLane Dimmitt's great love for Baylor is reflected throughout our campus and in our students. She shared her lifelong love for Baylor through student scholarships, creating a lasting legacy for future generations to experience the transformational education that impacted her so profoundly.
David Grotberg Endowed Scholarship Fund
David Grotberg was a visible presence at Baylor. He was an Honors Program student, a Baylor Interdisciplinary Core member, a University Scholar, as well as a prominent member of the Golden Wave Band. Beyond his many activities and accomplishments, David was loved deeply by fellow students and faculty. To honor his memory, you can designate a gift to the Endowed Scholarship bearing his name.
Celebrating Dr. David Pennington
Baylor University celebrates the selfless service of Master Teacher Dr. David E. Pennington. After 50 years of service at Baylor, Dr. Pennington retired this year from his position in the department of Chemistry. The Dr. David E. Pennington Endowed Scholarship Fund has been established to honor his many years of service by his colleagues, friends and family members.
Kate Alison Bronstein Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund
During her time at Baylor University, Kate Bronstein touched many lives through her kindness and her servant heart. This November marks 10 years since her death in a car accident during her sophomore year at Baylor. Her family and friends continue to celebrate her life through the Kate Alison Bronstein Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund.
In Memory of Daniel Samples
Dr. Daniel Samples was a beloved professor and mentor for so many of Baylor University's students. We celebrate his life and his incredible calling to educate and inspire his students. His family has requested gifts made in his memory to support the Baylor Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta and its mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
Dutch Schroeder Letterwinners' Legacy Endowment Fund
The Dutch Schroeder Letterwinners' Legacy Endowment Fund will create a stronger future for the "B" Association to support Baylor's athletic programs and student-athletes in ways currently unimaginable.
Paul W. Powell Memorial Fund
Dr. Paul W. Powell served Baylor University faithfully as Dean of the George W. Truett Theological Seminary and as Chairman of the Board of Regents for several years. We celebrate his life and Christian witness.
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