Receiving a scholarship can make a huge impact on an aspiring educator’s success at UNC Greensboro. It reduces their student debt and adds a vote of confidence to the belief that they can make a difference in the world. We thank the following members of the John H. Cook Society for adding fund to the following scholarships in the School of Education:
Marlene Cato for her support of students enrolled in the Professions in Deafness program through her gift to the Harlan S. Cato Scholarship Fund.
Pat Glover and Hazel Perritt whose gifts to the Lucille Browne Scholarship in Counseling support students preparing to become school guidance counselors.
Joe Harmon who is honoring his late mother and supporting students wishing to become teachers through his gift to the Virginia Donaldson Harmon Scholarship in Education.
Jennifer and Jake Hooks who honor Jennifer’s grandmother (a graduate of State Normal) and mother (Women’s College) with their gift that supports aspiring teachers to the Carrie Perkins Davis & Katherine Davis Smith Scholarship in Education.
Pat Sickles for supporting undergraduate students preparing for a career in education through her gift to the Patricia Whitley Sickles, Class of 1965 & Barry Riddle Sickles Scholarship in Education, which also honors her late husband.
Learn more: John H. Cook Society