"Private donations made by 'our' kinesiology, health science, and dance alumni allow the department to do 'our' job better. Simply put, your gift allows us to teach, serve, and conduct scholarly and creative work better - better so that our alumni can be better!"
—Dr. DawnElla Rust, Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Science
"Our Entry-level Masters Athletic Training Program housed in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Science, which is part of the Perkins College of Education, is grateful to have two avenues for financial assistance for our students. The first being the Neill Post Graduate Athletic Training Student Endowed Scholarship and the second, the Sandy Miller Graduate Student Leadership/Service Award. We have been fortunate to have quality students who fit the criteria for both of these prestigious recognitions. The recipients have always been elated to have the additional funds as they assist their higher education endeavors in this intensive two-year professional program. They also have an understanding of the meaning behind the awards and know their identification with both of these gentlemen (Neill and Sandy) is an accomplishment."
—Dr. Linda Bobo, Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Science
"Many of our students have the opportunity to be in band because of the generous donations of Alumni to our scholarship programs. The impact that these opportunities have on the lives of our students is immeasurable; the generosity of our alumni and the dedication of the Development Office is the catalyst that changes and enriches our students' lives."
—Dr. David Campo, former Director of Bands, School of Music
"Over the years, I have been able to witness the positive impact that the benevolent gifts of our friends have had on so many facets of the Agriculture program. From the development of the SFA Gardens to the enhancement of the Walter Todd Agricultural Research Center, these donations have made all the difference in helping us provide quality instruction and outreach opportunities to our stakeholders."
—Dr. Dale Perritt, Professor Emeritus, Department of Agriculture