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Headline Photo Grand Traditions Celebrated at Homecoming
All of Wabash came together Friday night to celebrate the College’s grandest traditions — the Glee Club, Homecoming, brotherhood, and philanthropy — and when the evening concluded, the College had successfully concluded the Challenge of Excellence campaign by topping $68 million.
Headline Photo COE: Butler's Gift, Service 'Revolutionary'
Professor Melissa Butler H’85 is a mentor to faculty and one of the College’s most adventurous and innovative teachers. Her gift to the COE will continue to support faculty development and international travel long after her retirement in 2013.
Headline Photo COE: Haugh '86 Gives Back in Many Ways
Wabash men give back to their College in many ways. Some give back with gifts of time and money. Eli LIlly's Michael Haugh is grateful to Wabash and excited about the Business Leaders Program.
Headline Photo COE: Cavanaugh Establishes Scholarship
Eric “Rick” Cavanaugh ’76 has a long history of giving to Wabash College through the Annual Fund and various capital campaigns. Naturally, he wanted to make a gift to the Challenge of Excellence.
Headline Photo COE: Gifts Support Entrepreneurial Ideas
The Challenge for Excellence goes far beyond supporting faculty, creating more scholarships, and supporting immersion learning. Gifts have also helped establish funds to nurture entrepreneurial ideas.
Headline Photo Jon Stern Named New Dean for Advancement
Wabash College President Patrick E. White announced Wednesday the hiring of Jonathan S. Stern as the College’s new Dean for College Advancement. Stern will begin his responsibilities overseeing the fund-raising and alumni and parent relations offices at Wabash on July 16.
Headline Photo Edward Jones Invests in Business Leaders
The connections between Wabash College and Edward Jones go back more than 50 years, and now the highly regarded financial services firm will have a permanent link to the College. A gift from Edward Jones that will help to endow Wabash’s innovative Business Leaders Program, and matches a commitment from Gary Reamey ’77.
Headline Photo NSF Grant to Fund Retention Research
Two Wabash professors will use a grant from the National Science Foundation to study pedagogical approaches to help students in the sciences retain more knowledge.
Headline Photo Challenge of Excellence Strengthens Wabash
Professor of Political Science Melissa Butler H'85 and President Pat White shared the numerous impacts the Challenge of Excellence is already having on Wabash College.
Headline Photo COE Gift Funds Engineering Scholarship
With a gift to the Challenge of Excellence, Jim Smith and his wife have established The James and Susan Smith Family Scholarship to support students in the College's 3-2 dual degree engineering program with Purdue University. 
Headline Photo Students Support Challenge of Excellence
Wabash students affirmed their support for the Challenge of Excellence campaign Thursday when they presented a $25,000 check to President White.
Headline Photo Four Professors Awarded Tenure
President Patrick White and Dean Gary Phillips have announced that tEnglish professor Agata Szczeszak-Brewer, physics professor Martin Madsen, art professor Elizabeth Morton, and psychology professor Neil Schmitzer-Torbert have been granted tenure at Wabash College with the rank of Associate Professor.
Headline Photo Hurckes '56 Endows Scholarship
Richard Hurckes ’56 honored his mentors Alex Carroll and Robert Beck ’20 for their lifelong dedication to teaching and encouraging honor, character, scholarship, hard work, and love of country. Hurckes and his wife chose to make a gift to the Challenge of Excellence to establish the Carroll and Beck Honorary Scholarship.
Headline Photo Wabash Fund Raising: A Banner Year
It was a banner year for Wabash in so many ways — from new academic programs and facilities to record numbers at the Admissions Office. Wabash’s alumni and friends put an exclamation point on the 2010-11 academic year by giving more than $3.11 million to the College’s Annual Fund.
Headline Photo Class of 1961 Shines as Sun Sets
As the sun set on the campus of Wabash College Friday night, the men of Class of 1961 shined brightly at their 50th class reunion. Over 60 members of the class returned to their alma mater to celebrate each other and remember the College that shaped them.
Headline Photo Challenge Passes $40 Million
The Challenge of Excellence, Wabash College's three-year, $60 million capital campaign, has surpassed $40 million just five months after the public launch.
Headline Photo Wabash Celebrates 1832 Society
President Pat White thanked members of the College’s leadership giving circle, the 1832 Society, Sunday by telling stories of three students whose lives have been transformed by the education and experiences they’ve received at Wabash.
Headline Photo Wabash Mourns John H. Schroeder ’42
All at Wabash College mourn the loss of devoted alumnus and long-time Trustee John H. Schroeder ’42, who passed away Monday. He was 90 years old.
Headline Photo Trustees Announce Placher Fund
Board Chairman Stephen Bowen ’68 and President Pat White have announced the creation of the William C. Placher Fund for Faculty Support, which honors the memory of Dr. Bill Placher ’70, a loyal alumnus, generous donor, prolific writer, internationally acclaimed theologian, and outstanding teacher.
Headline Photo Burgess Scholarship Benefits Teacher Education
Dudley Burgess ’64 and his wife, Judy, grew up in Crawfordsville and saw first hand the impact Wabash College has on its students and on the greater community. The Burgesses have chosen to honor Wabash by establishing the Burgesss Family Scholarship, which will benefit students in the Teacher Education Program.

Headline Photo Wabash Receives $250,000 Retention Grant
Wabash has received a $250,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis (AVD) Foundations for a series of projects aimed at increasing the retention and successful graduation of Wabash students, especially increasing the persistence of African American and Latino men.
Headline Photo Wabash-DePauw Land Mellon Grant
Wabash College has received a $700,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to establish — in collaboration with DePauw University — faculty and curricular development in Asian Studies. The program will be entitled Asian Studies and the Liberal Arts.

Headline Photo Wabash Rises to $60 Million Challenge
The Wabash College community gathered Friday to celebrate the College’s rich tradition of philanthropy and kickoff the Challenge of Excellence. When co-chair Ted Grossnickle ’73 announced that nearly $36 million has been raised to date, there was much to celebrate.

Headline Photo President Calls Wabash to Excellence
President Pat White gave the quintessential pep talk to the men of Wabash at Thursday’s Chapel, which ended with a particularly inspired rendition of Old Wabash. Along the way, he previewed the Challenge of Excellence, a five-year major gifts initiative.
Headline Photo President White Announces Knight Memorial Scholarship
Wabash President Patrick E. White has announced that a gift from the estate of Robert G. Knight, Jr. and the Knight Family has established an endowed scholarship that will be available to students beginning in Fall 2010. 
Headline Photo Rowe's $1.7 Million Estate Gift Endows Scholarship
Wabash College has received a $1.7 million gift from the estate of Indianapolis attorney Norman Rowe ’60, which will endow a need-based scholarship program for entering freshmen. Rowe passed away on January 19.
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