Terry Wiesehan has a deep affinity for Indiana University East. In recognition of the university’s impact in her life as an alumnae, as well as the current director of Alumni Relations and Campus Events, Wiesehan has made a $133,000 gift to IU East.
Paul and Pat Lingle have a strong connection to the history and development of Indiana University East.
Since IU East was established in 1971, the Lingles have supported the campus. Today, they continue to be a part of IU East by providing a $700,000 gift to the new Student Events and Activities Center.
For three generations the Quigg Family Foundation has centered its mission on giving back to the community in order to see the region succeed, “to encourage, preserve and promote the education, welfare and enlightenment of our fellow citizens.”
Reid Health and Indiana University East are far more than campus neighbors in north Richmond.
Both share missions to serve people and institutions in Richmond and across the region. They are the top two beacons of growth – in numbers of employees and students, in new wellness-focused programs and in new buildings.
Timothy R. Frame knows on a personal level how important IU East is to Wayne County.
He’s a graduate. So is his wife. His son, too. And just recently, his stepdaughter graduated. “It’s an important part of my family,” he said.
As a candidate for Indiana University East’s next chancellor in January 2013, Kathy Cruz-Uribe heard many topics that were important to faculty, staff and students. One of those topics to capture her attention was the construction of the campus’ fifth building, the Student Events and Activities Center.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—James R. “Rob” Quigg, vice president of accounting at Richmond Baking Company in Richmond, Indiana, has been elected to the Indiana University Foundation Board of Directors. Founded in 1936, the IU Foundation maximizes private support for Indiana University by fostering lifelong relationships with key stakeholders and providing advancement leadership and fundraising services for campuses and units across the university.
Paul and Patricia Lingle and the Vigran Family Foundation have been recognized for their philanthropy, strong support and dedication to Indiana University East. Both were inducted to the IU Presidents Circle August 29 at a ceremony held in Bloomington, Ind.