Philanthropy at Penn State

Sharing the impact of giving to the University.
Thursday, October 31, 2019

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IN THIS ISSUE:

FEATURED ITEM:
-- Story: Gift will create Tarriff Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

STORIES:
-- Penn State and Ohio State face off to 'Tackle Hunger'
-- Class of 2020 votes to create CAPS endowment as gift to Penn State
-- University names Louis A. Martarano 2019 Fundraising Volunteer of the Year
-- CSL Behring honored as Penn State's Corporate Partner of the Year
-- Longtime liberal arts benefactors surprise new dean
-- Alumnus creates $1M scholarship to support students with disabilities
-- Penn State alumnus commits $2 million to establish liberal arts scholarship
-- Isett Professorship to advance civil and environmental engineering
-- Penn State alumni to endow Child Study Center in College of the Liberal Arts

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FEATURED ITEM:

Story: Gift will create Tarriff Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
Scott and Marcy Tarriff want Smeal College of Business graduates to leave Penn State cognizant of their responsibility to act ethically, socially and globally while using their education to improve society. To enhance college-wide efforts to meet that objective, the couple has pledged $5 million to create the Tarriff Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility in the Smeal College of Business.

Read the full story: https://news.psu.edu/link/DTDMvrnR

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STORIES:

Penn State and Ohio State face off to 'Tackle Hunger'
From midnight on Sunday, Nov. 17, through 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23, the Tackle Hunger Penn State vs. Ohio State Giving Challenge will raise money for each school's respective campus food pantries, which support students experiencing food insecurity.

https://news.psu.edu/link/fg9qB9zB
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Class of 2020 votes to create CAPS endowment as gift to Penn State
Penn State's class of 2020 has chosen to create a lasting legacy by establishing an endowment to support Penn State's Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, otherwise known as CAPS.

https://news.psu.edu/link/jrjwH72V
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University names Louis A. Martarano 2019 Fundraising Volunteer of the Year
Penn State has named alumnus and longtime volunteer and philanthropist Louis A. Martarano as its 2019 Fundraising Volunteer of the Year. The award, which recognizes an individual, couple or group who has demonstrated exceptional commitment and leadership in building philanthropic support for the University, was presented to Martarano at a ceremony held at The Nittany Lion Inn on Oct. 4.

https://news.psu.edu/link/qVwZPKMq
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CSL Behring honored as Penn State's Corporate Partner of the Year
Penn State has named global biotech leader CSL Behring as its 2019 Corporate Partner of the Year. The University presented the award to corporate representatives at a luncheon today (Oct. 18).

https://news.psu.edu/link/Cn94PyW2
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Longtime liberal arts benefactors surprise new dean
Longtime liberal arts donors Gene and Roz Chaiken made new gifts to welcome new dean and enhance their Trustee Scholarship endowments.

https://news.psu.edu/link/P5spf_Yz
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Alumnus creates $1M scholarship to support students with disabilities
Penn State alumnus Dale Hollinger has committed to the creation of a scholarship that will provide support for undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities. Through an estate gift of $1 million, the Dale and Rosalie Hollinger Scholarship for Students with Disabilities will help students offset the cost of tuition, in addition to providing funding for costs associated with their disabilities.

https://news.psu.edu/link/qf45n6ZN
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Penn State alumnus commits $2 million to establish liberal arts scholarship
Penn State history alumnus Jim Osick, 1977, and his wife, Karen Kuenster, have committed $2 million of their future estate to create an undergraduate scholarship in the College of the Liberal Arts.

https://news.psu.edu/link/1vLPbwcN
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Isett Professorship to advance civil and environmental engineering
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Penn State has received a $1 million estate commitment to establish the Barry and Shirley Isett Professorship in Civil and Environmental Engineering. This gift comes from the generosity of Barry Isett, a 1958 Penn State alumnus in civil engineering, and his wife, Shirley Isett, of Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania.

https://news.psu.edu/link/SnSGVMJH
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Penn State alumni to endow Child Study Center in College of the Liberal Arts
Long-time Penn State philanthropists Arn and Bette Hoffman have added $1 million to their estate commitment to support the Child Study Center in the College of the Liberal Arts.

https://news.psu.edu/link/R74561Fw

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