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Computer Age Pioneer Honors UCM Professor
Quiet and reserved as a young man, John White '60 grew up on a large farm in Amity, MO, and became a true pioneer in the computer age. The retired executive used his mathematics know-how to help build companies like Texas Instruments and Compaq Computer Corp. into multi-billion dollar industries. Now, he is giving back to the institution that jumpstarted his career.
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Kuhn's Teaching Legacy Turns to Generosity
Charles Kuhn, Jr. earned his reputation as a tough but effective teacher in UCM's Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies. Now retired, Kuhn keeps strong ties to the university and has established three scholarships to honor his parents, Charles G. and Laura Keynon Kuhn. The awards are for students in the areas of theatre, music and entrepreneurial study.
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Elfrinks Establish Scholarship Honoring Their Mothers
Jack and Paula Elfrink have established careers as educators, due in no small part, to the influences of their mothers. Abby Burkhart, a 2007 graduate of Crest Ridge High School in Centerview, MO, became a direct beneficiary of the Elfrinks' devotion to educating young people when she became the first recipient of the Jean Goolsby Doyle and Cecelia Elfrink Education Scholarship during her high school commencement this spring.
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Harmon Graduate Scholarships Awarded
The first Adrian and Margaret Harmon Business Graduate Scholarships will go to two UCM business students seeking graduate degrees. The recipients are Matthew Frankel, Lenexa, KS, and Kendra Wilson, Jefferson City, MO.
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