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The fall 2018 issue of Wooster magazine highlights the success of the Wooster’s Promise campaign including the completion of the Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science with comments from Dean Fraga, Danforth Professor of Biology and Mark Snider, Robert E. Wilson Professor of Chemistry, who served as “shepherds” for the project. Each of the campaign priorities are explored including financial aid, featuring students Kiera Parker-Emerson ’19 and Brendon McBride ’20, and academic strength featuring Erzsébet Regan, Whitmore Williams Assistant Professor of Biology, and Daniel Bourne, Flo Kurtz Gault Endowed Chair of English. Under the priority of experiential learning, an article about the Health Coach Program at the College features Dr. Paul Nielson ’95 and student Scott Perkins ’20. Latrice Burks is highlighted as a donor to The Wooster Fund. Other donors featured in the campaign section include Doon ’80 and John Foster, Doug Brush ’77, William McAfee ’32, and Don ’64 and Gail Kohn. In a separate feature three students, Kate Longo ’18, Allison Secard ’19, and Jena Styka ’18, share their inspirations for nominating Martha Chase ’50, a biology alumna known for the Hershey-Chase experiment, for recognition in the Timken Science Library. The annual report for the 2018 fiscal year is also included in this issue.
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fundraising campaign, women in science
Paynich, Caitlin, "Wooster Magazine: Fall 2018" (2018). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 30.