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Sharing the Experience

Dec. 20, 2012—When you find something good, something worthwhile, you recommend it. If it’s really good and really worthwhile, you take it to the next level and share it. That’s what Allison Poarch, BS’07, and her family have done by establishing the Allison A. Poarch Scholarship. The gift is made in conjunction with Allison’s five-year class reunion...

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On PACE with Helen Du and Xiu Cravens

Dec. 20, 2012—With a donation from YingLian Helen Du, a native of China who splits her time between Beijing and Nashville, Peabody has established the Peabody-Asia Center for Education or PACE Fund. The new funding will allow Peabody to expand existing programs and partnerships already in place in China and to explore new possibilities. Recently, the Peabody...

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The Rogers Family Scholarship

Jul. 3, 2012—What goes around comes around. That may seem like an old saw, but for two lucky Peabody students, it is anything but trite.

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James Patterson and the Patterson Scholars

Jul. 3, 2012—James Patterson, MA’70, earned his best-selling author status writing violent crime novels filled with despicable villains and miscreants from every walk of life. Patterson’s goal these days is helping educate the next generation of teachers and encouraging children to read.

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Picture this: Success!

Jan. 23, 2012—Educators know that when many people are on board to help teach students, success is the most likely result.

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Sisters’ Legacy Lives On

Jun. 20, 2011—The abbreviated lives of Emily, BS’03, MEd’05, and Lauren Failla, BS’07, bear witness on an all-too-personal basis that out of tragedy comes triumph. The sisters, alumnae of Peabody’s human and organizational development program, died in tragic accidents, four years and half a world apart from each other.

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Helping the Younger Generation Grow

Jun. 16, 2011—When Roberta and Don Miller were pursuing their doctorates at Peabody in the early 1990s, they undertook a special project that examined funding in higher education. That’s when they made a $1 million dollar commitment to the school.

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