Donna Logback, with help from family and friends, created a scholarship to honor her late husband, Steve Logback.
After graduating from Kansas State University, Kathy Martin was prepared to begin a lifelong profession as a teacher. Now, 30 years later she has decided to give back to the College of Education at K-State.
“My years at K-State were so exciting and fulfilling,” Kathy said. “A great teacher is the best way to insure our Kansas students receive a good education.”
Kathy created a scholarship through the K-State Family Scholarship matching program for students enrolled in the department of curriculum and instruction in the College of Education, with a focus on students studying elementary or secondary education.
“I hope that providing a scholarship to promote teaching excellence will be one way to provide excellent teachers for our Kansas schools,” Kathy said. “With the matching funds, the scholarship was a great way for me to help an education major right away to fund their time at K-State.”
With the K-State Family Scholarship Program, new gifts of $30,000 are matched with $30,000 from the seed fund provided by Mary Vanier, for a total of $60,000. $10,000 goes into an expendable fund, making a $2,000 scholarship available to be awarded to students immediately. The remaining $50,000 goes into the endowment, ensuring future generations of Wildcats will receive scholarships as well.
Learn more about how you can take advantage of matching opportunities through the K-State Family Scholarship Program at ksufoundation.org/family, or contact John Morris, senior vice president of development at 785-532-7587 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The K-State Family Scholarship Program supports Innovation and Inspiration: The Campaign for Kansas State University, raising $1.4 billion in support of K-State students, faculty and programs.
Elaine and Mike Jacobson created a scholarship for students studying STEM fields.
The children of Roy and Miriam Milleret create a scholarship to support science students.
Drs. Kelly and Marcie Lechtenberg honor two K-State professors by investing in food animal research.