STATE magazine Fall 2021

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The impact of donor giving at Indiana State University is helping establish and advance University programs and initiatives. The philanthropic passions of our donors are improving the lives of our students through scholarships, hands-on learning, program and facility development, and much more. Paul and Susan Chaney of Madison, Alabama, made a commitment of $225,000 through their estate. Their gift will enhance the Paul and Susan Chaney Family Legacy Endowed Scholarship and will also support the Kappa Alpha Psi Endowment. The Chaney Family Legacy Scholarship, originally established in 2018, aims to support students from Marion County, Indiana, who are incoming freshman at Indiana State. The Kappa Alpha Psi Endowment supports scholarships for members of the fraternity. Ron and Sandra Culp of St. Charles, Illinois, made a commitment through their estate to support the Ron and Sandra Culp Student Leadership Scholarship. Their planned gift will

Bob and Susan Guell



increase the endowed scholarship originally established in 2012 and support junior or senior students majoring in communication with a concentration in public relations or journalism who have demonstrated leadership in Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), The Indiana Statesman, or the Student Government Association. Don Dudine of Magnet, Indiana, provided philanthropic support to establish The Don Dudine Marching Sycamores Incentive Scholarship at the ISU School of Music. This scholarship will encourage non-music majors to continue to develop their musical skills and participate in Marching Band.

Tom and Linda Huser