“The experiences our students gain working on projects with faculty mentors are invaluable. Student/faculty collaborative research gives students confidence in their scientific abilities and helps them transition toward independent research. They learn chemistry by doing chemistry in a non-classroom setting, becoming better chemists and researchers along the way. There’s nothing like the excitement of discovery!”
Dr. Jameica B. Hill ’88,
professor of chemistry and chair of the department
Of the college’s nearly 18,700 living alumni, more than 1,600 practice medicine, dentistry or other health care professions. In addition, a strong contingent of Wofford-educated scientists, researchers, educators, engineers and business owners use their Wofford foundation each day to make our world a better place.
The sciences have always been a strength for Wofford, and outstanding faculty and motivated students continue that tradition. Unfortunately, our abilities have outpaced our facilities. It’s urgent that we create a dedicated space for collaborative student/faculty research that will prepare our students to continue the college’s tradition of excellence in the sciences.
Wofford has a history of excellent faculty in the sciences. Consider making your gift in honor of a professor who taught, mentored and supported your Wofford experience.
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For more information, contact Calhoun Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-597-4211.