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LVC Faculty and Staff Give Back Through “I AM ONE” Campaign
04.26.13 |
Lebanon Valley College faculty, administrators, and staff convened in Mund College Center April 25 for “ONE Family Day” to show their pride and support for the College. The event is part of the “I AM ONE” campaign, where 49 percent of campus employees have pledged their financial support to The Valley Fund so far this academic year. View photos from the event by clicking here.

Throughout the month of April, faculty and staff have shared, in their own words, what moves them to support Lebanon Valley College students with their dollars, in addition to their time and teaching:

“I am one because I have seen the potential for a transformative education realized at LVC,” said Jeff Robbins, chair of religion and philosophy, professor of religion, and director of American studies.

“I am one because our young people are special; they’re our future leaders in this country,” Deb Atkins, administrative assistant for music, said. “I just love the students. That’s why I do what I do.”

“I am one of the many LVC supporters who believe in this institution and share my talents and treasures with LVC because the students deserve to know that we care about them in this—their home away from home,” said Alice Rulapaugh, senior assistant for student affairs.

“I am one because for me, personally, it is an important way to help support the mission and goals of the College,” Jennifer Easter, director of the MBA program, said.

“I am one because all aspects of my life are enhanced by the many great events that constantly take place on campus,” said Marty Parkes, executive director of marketing and communications.

“I am one because I believe small, liberal arts colleges like Lebanon Valley make American higher education the best in the world,” said Dr. Gary Grieve-Carlson, professor of English and director of general education.

It is evident from these statements that the faculty and staff at Lebanon Valley College are devoted to improving opportunities for current and future students by supporting The Valley Fund. The Valley Fund backs the College's greatest and most immediate needs, such as scholarships and financial aid, academic support, and student life. Virtually every aspect of life and learning at LVC is impacted by gifts made to The Valley Fund, each gift – no matter the size – makes a difference for LVC students.


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