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 Sullivan Scholarship recipient Beatrice Adams at the library of Lees-McRae College

UK Changemaker Comes to Lees-McRae College on a $10,000 Sullivan Scholarship

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Beatrice Adams and fellow Sullivan Scholarship recipient Morgan Crowe are already working with Sullivan campus liaison Amy Anderson, LMC's dean of business and management, to develop a community change-making project.
this photo shows Caelyn Asher is the 2021 Sullivan Scholarship recipient at Lincoln Memorial University

Caelyn Asher Named Sullivan Scholar at Lincoln Memorial University

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Asher, a graduate of Cumberland Gap High School, qualified for the Sullivan Scholarship through the LMU School of Business Entrepreneurial Scholarship Pathways (ESP) program.

A Gifted Artist and a Business Major Receive Sullivan Awards from Carson-Newman University

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Jessica Borchert, a prize-winning filmmaker, was a Faith and Justice Scholar and tireless volunteer, while Miguel Flores logged more than 1,650 service hours and lent his business skills to numerous local projects.

Three Servant Leaders Receive Sullivan Awards from Shenandoah University

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For their commitment to placing service above self, Kaitlyn Shand and Damaris-Lydia Odebode received Sullivan Awards for their service as students, while Holli Phillips earned the faculty-staff award.
this photo shows Mary Baldwin University president Pamela Fox presenting the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award to Kylie Stottlemyer

Sullivan Award Recipient Kylie Stottlemyer Supports Survivors of Rape and Domestic Violence

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Faculty award recipient Roderic Owen, meanwhile, is "beloved and universally respected by the entire Mary Baldwin family," says MBU President Pamela Fox.

Sullivan Award Recipient Sandra Reid Was a 'Tremendous Force for Good' at Elon University

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Reid, a longtime advocate of juvenile justice, was part of a task force that successfully worked to raise the age of majority within North Carolina's criminal system from 16 to 18 years old.