Colgate University is proud to announce a new partnership with QuestBridge, a national nonprofit organization based in Palo Alto, Calif., that connects the most exceptional, low-income youth with leading institutions of higher education.
Paul J. Schupf ’58, trustee emeritus, a philanthropic supporter of the arts, and the founder of the W.S. Schupf Endowed Chair in Far Eastern Studies passed away on December 4, 2019. He was 82 years old.
The Third-Century Plan, unveiled last May, underscores the University’s intention to recruit scholars of the first order for new tenure-track teaching positions. In keeping with its ambitious plan, Colgate is announcing a series of enhancements to faculty hiring packages.
MacDonell “Don” Roehm Jr. ’61 earned All-American and All-State honors for his skill as a Colgate soccer fullback. His passion for protecting Colgate athletics off the field as well was enshrined in a $4 million endowment bequest.
Six hundred and eighty four members of the Class of 2019 received their degrees during the institution’s 198th commencement exercises held along the banks of Taylor Lake — Colgate’s first outdoor ceremony since 2008.