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Woodlief Seeks to Accelerate Business Success

Phillip Woodlief has a plan for Sewanee students: consider Owen School of Business as a natural destination. Vanderbilt's school of business has small classes, and it is nestled in one of the hottest business climates in the country. Woodlief and Vanderbilt have partnered to introduce Sewanee students to the benefits of Owen with a scholarship to the Schools Accelerator Program. 

Watson Fellowship and Sewanee Internship Influence Goeller’s Career

Rob Goeller, C'14, credits his internship, supervised by Yasmeen Mohiuddin, and his Watson for his business success. 

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Gift from Mabel Holt Significant for School of Theology

An EfM graduate, Mabel Holt, has left Sewanee in her will with a significant gift, which will apply to the School of Theology building project. 

Wellness Commons Fundraising Picks up Momentum

Only a few naming opportunities remain for the Wellness Commons project, as the University moves toward groundbreaking on this significant enhancement to the Sewanee experience. 

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Sisson’s Gift to British Studies Animated by Gratitude

Roger Glenn Sisson, C'85, has added to his significant support of the University with a scholarship to support a student in the British Studies at Oxford program. In getting to know the first recipient, both donor and beneficiary discovered a sense of kinship.  

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Gifts in memory of Tom Dupree to Boost Civic Engagement Endowment

Former regent Tom Dupree, H’98, died peacefully earlier this year, and his friends and family are eager to create a memorial gift that points to his energetic and effective community service while supporting Sewanee’s growing program in civic engagement.