- McNair Scholars Emily Andreoli and Miller Hane were delighted to meet their donors, Janice and Robert McNair at the spring dinner.
- The McNair Scholar Class of 2015 did not miss a photo opportunity with Mr. and Mrs. McNair, their scholarship donors.
- Anne Gregg meets up with her Carolina Scholars at the spring dinner. From left, Larahee Parikh, Nina Panvelker, and David Leggett.
- The Graybills have been long-time Carolina Scholar donors. Kyle Harper, of Columbia, is their current scholar.
- Penny and Roe Stamps are the donors for the University's Stamps Carolina Scholars, a new scholarship award established in 2013. Photo courtesy of Scott Soderberg, University of Michigan Photo Services.
Carolina Scholar Award Donors
Carolina Scholar Awards are made possible by the contributions of individuals, corporations, and foundations. The University Development Office develops and maintains relationships with donors of Carolina Scholar Awards. Private support of this and other programs enables the University of South Carolina to attract academically talented students and provide the margin of excellence in all academic programs.
Stamps Carolina Scholar
Stamps Carolina Scholar Awards are made possible through a partnership with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation. In 2006, Penny and E. Roe Stamps IV of Miami, Florida created undergraduate merit scholarship programs at their alma maters, and have expanded the program to 37 foundation partners, including the Stamps Carolina Scholars in 2013. Roe Stamps is a South Florida financier, venture capitalist, and co-founder of Summit Partners in Boston. Penny Stamps is the president of the Stamps Foundation and devotes her time to charitable causes.
McNair Scholar Award Donors
McNair Scholar Awards are made possible by the generosity of University alumnus Robert C. McNair and his wife, Janice, of Houston, Texas. The original gift of $20 million was made in 1998 to begin the program, and an additional $10 million was added in 2008 - 10 years later - to ensure its longevity. The scholarship program exists to recruit the nation's best college freshmen to the University - those who exhibit outstanding scholarship and leadership. McNair is founder, chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of the Houston Texans.