Maroon to Maroon: Stories of Impact

Maroon Means Community:

Carmen Graves, Al Stump, & Homer Bast
Carmen values the same close community ties Al Stump ’52 and Coach Bast forged decades ago. Al received a lifetime of inspiration from Coach Bast. Homer says the Cregger Center is a long-held dream. Read more...

Engaging the Minds, Hands and Hearts of Future Scientists:

Tyler Barnes, Professor Chris Lassiter, & Professor Ben Huddle
Tyler is one of Chris Lassiter’s “phenomenal” undergraduate research students. A published researcher in developmental biology, Dr. Lassiter teaches several popular courses, including Biodiversity, Advanced Cell Biology, Immunology and a field course that takes students into the national parks. Dr. Huddle taught several areas of chemistry and is known among graduate programs and medical schools for helping to educate fantastic students. Read more...

The "Poweruser" Experience:

Jacob Manthey & Professor Richard Grant
Jacob’s internship is one facet of the poweruser experience at Roanoke. Dr. Richard Grant is working with faculty across the College to make Roanoke’s liberal arts education a 21st-century exemplar. Read more...

Generations of Showing Up:

Barbara McKee Bays & Katie Holland
Barbara’s parents inspired her to give and “show up” for others. Studying abroad changed Katie’s life and the future she envisions for herself. Read more...

Paying It Forward, And Forward, And Forward:

Sig Davidson, Sandy Mulheren, & Cody Sexton
Sig has been inspired to give for four decades and counting. Sandy is Leading a new generation of giving. Cody is one of the first Roanoke Fund Young Associates. Read more...