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Building Tomorrow Together

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Kevin Lowry

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of Building Tomorrow Together


Wooster has helped to give me a goal for life beyond education while simultaneously helping me to achieve it.”

- Zachary ’14

Matthew Mariola, Juliana Wilson Thompson Lectureship (donor is William F. Thompson, Emeritus Trustee)
Mark Wilson, Lewis M. and Marian Senter Nixon Professor of Natural Sciences and Geology (donor: Marian Nixon, deceased)
Dean Fraga is the Danforth Professorship in Biology (donor: Danforth Foundation)
John Sell, The James R. Wilson Professorship in Business Economics (donor: James R. Wilson, Trustee)
“Wooster transformed me; it challenged me every day. It forced to me think broadly, consider deeply, debate my own opinions and, ultimately, reaffirm them...but with greater strength behind them because of the process getting there.”
- Ryan ‘93
“I had a wonderful four years at Wooster, making lifelong friends while being both inspired and equipped to continue a lifelong education, including sufficient skills to make a living and support my family. What’s not to like?”
- John ’68
"I have not only been able to be taught by outstanding professors but I have also learned life lessons from the diversity of students on campus. When I walk the brick roads of campus, I will always carry the thought of your gift in my heart. You have helped make it possible for me to call myself a College of Wooster Scot!" - Sarah '13
“Wooster transformed me; it challenged me every day. It forced to me think broadly, consider deeply, debate my own opinions and, ultimately, reaffirm them...but with greater strength behind them because of the process getting there.”
- Ryan ‘93

The Student Experience
Susan Clayton, the Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology (donors: A. Morris Williams, Jr. and Ruth Whitmore Williams, Trustee)
Fund Raising
“. . .a series of miserable failures, followed by a few brilliant successes, all of which were accidental.”

Philanthropy
“. . .the mystical mingling of a joyful giver, an artful asker, and a grateful recipient.”

Development
“. . .is a lifelong process of building support based upon a long-term, positive, mutually beneficial relationship between a donor and a worthy cause.”
The Development Concept
“Wooster changed my life in many ways. From my advisor, History Prof. John Hondros (who supported and encouraged like a father), to my first apartment (no phone and a shopping card borrowed from Kroger’s for transportation), to my first love (she knows who), life was magical.”
- Julian ’80
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