Fall 2016 Giving Tribute
40 million dollar gift sets record for Miami University Dick ’56 and Joyce Farmer ’57 and the Farmer Family Foundation continue life-long commitment to the Farmer School of Business and Miami
Lynn and Tim Pistell Scholarship The Lynn and Tim Pistell Scholarship supports students majoring in botany, a program that helps maintain and protect one of Miami’s iconic features – Bishop Woods.
Judith E. Matsko '76 Scholarship Fund The Judith E. Matsko ’76 Scholarship Fund supports students in the sports leadership and management program, which is housed in McGuffey Hall.
Mark Cannon Diversity in Public Service Fund Mark moved to Washington to pursue a life of public service. These students are learning about public service through an internship with the city of Cincinnati.
Giving new meaning to “Old Miami, New Miami” Shuffelton family shows gratitude with lasting gift
Beyond the field, beyond the classroom Peter and Betsy Mogk’s gift reflects gratitude for Miami Experience
#MoveInMiami sets record in year three The 2016 event became Miami's most successful day-of-giving effort yet.
Armstrong Student Center’s Pavilion named for alumnus and long-time faculty member Miami’s largest event space named for respected alumnus, long-time faculty member and former director of Miami’s Performing Arts Series.
Fiscal-year 2016 fundraising total ranks among highest in university history More than $56 million raised in private support
Western College Legacy Circle debuts Saturday Design preserves college’s history and provides gathering space for students, faculty and staff
Hodge legacy captured in named Armstrong Student Center space The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) now carries the name of the couple who was instrumental in helping build it.
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