A4 Endows New Scholarship
Thanks to a generous and engaged community of donors from across the country, this fall Brown University will welcome the first-ever recipient of the A4 Endowed Scholarship! Faculty, staff, students, and alumni took part in this historic effort to establish an endowed scholarship to give talented young Asian and Asian Americans the gift of a Brown education.
Responding to the generosity and excitement generated by the $10,000 Jason Sperber ’98 & Michelle Quiogue ’96 MD’00 TWTP Endowment Challenge, Brown alumni stepped forward to establish the TWTP Endowed Fund! This fall incoming students will begin to benefit from this endowment as new funds are put to work to enhance the quality of the TWTP experience.
Alumni of Color Initiative (AOCI) Co-Chairs Gloria Jan ’87, Eugene Mahr ’77 P’07 P’11, and Cris Sales ’90, along with past Co-Chair Fred Wang ’72 P’12 and AOCI Gift Committee members and A4 board members, demonstrated tremendous leadership throughout this effort, harnessing the enthusiasm of the A4 community to accomplish these impressive achievements.
In addition to funding the priorities of importance to our community, we’re also pleased to share that as part of the AOCI, we’ve also successfully created the BULAC Endowed Scholarship, the IPC Endowed Scholarship, the U.S. Latino Studies Endowed Fund, and The Ruth J. Simmons Africana Studies Endowed Fund, creating a total of six new endowments for Brown