Sullivan Stars

Meet tomorrow’s changemakers, including Sullivan Award winners and Sullivan Scholars at our partner schools, and discover how they are placing service above self to help others in their communities and campuses and build a better world.

this photo shows volunteers from The Citadel as they provide food for low-income veterans as part of the Soldiers' Angels project.

Cadets from The Citadel Provide Food for Hundreds of Veterans in Charleston, S.C.

About 250 low-income veterans received 70 pounds of food each in the Soldiers' Angels project spearheaded by Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award winner Dr. Sarah Imam.
this photo shows Sullivan Scholarship recipient Morgan Crowe in a Lees-McRae College shirt

Special Education Major Morgan Crowe Receives Sullivan Scholarship at Lees-McRae College

The Sullivan Scholar, a graduate of Jay M. Robinson High School, said she has "always had a passion for working with kids in the special-needs environment and can easily connect with them and form bonds."

Single Mom and Education Major Dina Altwam Receives Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at Clemson

As a leader of Clemson's Muslim Student Association, Altwam has overcome hateful attacks and concerns about her personal safety with "the instinct to educate and show grace."
this photo shows Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award winner Rhondda Robinson Thomas of Clemson University

Dr. Rhondda Robinson Thomas Receives Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award for Faculty/Staff at Clemson

Dr. Thomas was honored for her exhaustive research documenting the contributions of six generations of both enslaved and free people at Clemson University and the land on which it stands.

King University Honors Tristen Luu and Steve Playl With Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards

Luu is a longtime mission volunteer with plans to attend medical school, while Playl is a former pastor and columnist for newspapers in Kentucky and Tennessee.
photo of Carly Malcolm of Clemson University

Clemson Honors Carly Malcolm, Activist on Behalf of Survivors of Sexual Assault, With Sullivan Award

Malcolm has combined her interests in health policy and gender equity to improve the Clemson community by addressing issues of sexual assault and domestic violence and support services for survivors.