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Bethany Davis, C’07, is All In

Bethany Davis, C'07, is in the middle of an impressive career in aerospace engineering, and she has also taken the time to remember Sewanee, making gifts to the physics department and provisions for the University in her will. Read more about this talented and completely impressive young graduate. 

EfM Groups Support a Stronger, Truer Sewanee

A series of EfM gatherings during the campaign have raised funds to support the Stronger Truer Sewanee campaign.

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School of Theology Receives Lilly Endowment's Thriving in Ministry Grant

A grant of nearly $1 million from the Lilly Endowment will help the School of Theology build a new mentorship program for priests.

Gift from Ning Tang, C'98, Extends Global Reach

Ning Tang, C'98, is helping Sewanee extend its global reach with philanthropy related to opportunities in China.

Dioscesan Gifts Put Wind in Sails for Seminary Relocation

As of October 2017, eight owning dioceses have made campaign commitments: Alabama, Arkansas, Atlanta, East Tennessee, Tennessee, Texas, Upper South Carolina, and Western Louisiana. With about $6 million already committed to the building from all sources, the University is calling on all owning dioceses to make an investment in the future of the Church.

Ashley Block on a biology field trip holds a catkin from a sourwood tree

Flowers for Ashley: Gift to the Herbarium Remembers one of Sewanee's Bright Lights

Dr. William Arthur Block, C’88, P’13, and Teri O. Block, P’13, have established an endowment in memory of their daughter, Ashley Block, C'13 to support the Sewanee Herbarium, a library of plant species from the Cumberland Plateau that was originally assembled by Professor George Ramseur and is now lovingly cataloged and updated by Associate Curator Mary Priestley and Professor of Biology Jon Evans.

If you are interested in a gift that goes beyond current-use dollars, named endowed internship funds begin at the $100,000 level. Named endowed scholarship funds begin at the $150,000 level for the College and $75,000 for the School of Theology.