Chairman calls for alumni to help with endowments
Physics Department Chair Kirby Kemper is urging the department's alumni to finish the job of endowing two scholarships for outstanding undergraduates.
The fund named for former Nuclear Physics Laboratory Director John D. Fox is within $8,000 of the $25,000 required to endow a scholarship. The Joseph E. Lannutti scholarship fund-named for the founder of FSU's High Energy Physics Program-is within $10,000 of this goal.
In his invitation to alumni to join the scholarship-building effort, Kemper noted the twin goals of the scholarship program. He said the first is to "honor the achievements of two of the department's pioneering leaders." He added that the second goal is "to provide us with a tool for continuing to have some of the nation's strongest undergraduates come learn with FSU's Physics faculty."
Contributions should be made payable to "FSU Foundation-Fox Scholarship" or "FSU Foundation-Lannutti Scholarship" and mailed to Dr. Kemper at the Department of Physics.
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