Emory & Henry Student Spencer Carter Named Rocovich Scholar
“Emory & Henry prepared me for this opportunity by providing the knowledge and assistance as well as having a relationship with VCOM,” says Carter. “The Pre-Health advisors are tremendous about sharing information, answering questions, and helping students stay on track to meet their goals.”
Carter is the second Emory & Henry student to receive this honor. The program accepts a small set of rising juniors because of their interest in, and commitment to, practicing in rural regions. Carter has a strong interest in wilderness medicine, mission work and in making a positive difference in his community.
- Through generous donor support and anticipated tax credits, funding for the renovation of Carriger Hall to serve as the home of the Emory & Henry School of Business has been completed. More than $5 million has been raised and pledged. Historic Carriger Hall, formerly a men’s dormitory, is being renovated to accommodate high-tech classrooms and a new spacious, multi-tiered outdoor gathering space for the entire campus to enjoy.Read More
Powell Family Continues to Support Student SuccessRead More
The Powell Family Foundation and Paul A. “Buzzy” Powell, Jr. ’68 are providing $400,000 in support of the College’s new Student Success Center. The Center will be located in the former Wiley Hall auditorium, which is currently undergoing a complete renovation. The Center will be named in memory of Paul A. Powell, III.