Cedarville University recently received a $100 thousand dollar donation from the Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts administered by the Fifth Third Foundation. The funds support the University’s $14 million Health Science Center capital campaign. Pictured L-R are Dan Erlandson, Fifth Third Vice President Commercial Banking (Dayton); Steve Petitjean, Fifth Third Senior Vice President City Executive (Dayton); Heidi B. Jark, Fifth Third Vice President and Manager The Foundation Office (Cincinnati); Dr. Bill Brown, Cedarville University President; Dr. Janet Conway, Cedarville University Chair of the Department of Nursing; Dr. Marc Sweeney, Cedarville University Dean of the School of Pharmacy; and Bill Bigham, Cedarville University Vice President for Advancement. Photo Credit: Scott L. Huck/Cedarville University
by Public Relations
February 29, 2012
Cedarville University recently received a $100 thousand dollar donation from the Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts administered by the Fifth Third Foundation. The funds support the University’s $14 million Health Science Center (HSC) capital campaign.
“We are grateful for the investment community partners are making in Cedarville University,” said Bill Bigham, University Vice President for Advancement. “Even in difficult economic times, Fifth Third continues to demonstrate a strong commitment to higher education and the students we serve.”
The HSC is among the first visible steps the University is taking to become the premier, Christ-centered training facility for health care professions. Cedarville is educating students to meet not only the physical needs of patients but their emotional and spiritual needs, as well.
The HSC, once completed in fall 2012, will house the school of pharmacy, department of nursing and center for bioethics. Learn more about the project at Health Sciences Center.
Health Sciences Center