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Scott Willison Memorial Scholarship

$51,584
793%
Raised toward our $6,500 Goal
81 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on September 16, at 04:48 PM MDT
Project Owners

Pre-campaign

Donations

$6,000

Oct 11, 2016

Lila

Beeson

$50

Sep 15, 2016

Adam

Johnson

Undisclosed Amount

Sep 14, 2016

Judy

Beeson

$42

Sep 13, 2016

Sue

Huizinga

$100

Sep 12, 2016

Ann

Yurkowitz

$26

Sep 10, 2016

College of Education

Dean's match

$12,500

Sep 09, 2016

Anonymous

Donor

$10,000

Sep 09, 2016

Bob & Cyn

Unnasch

Undisclosed Amount

Sep 07, 2016

Joanna and Tom

Walton

Undisclosed Amount

Sep 02, 2016

Chris

Fagnani

$150

Aug 27, 2016

Janet

Wendling

$100

Aug 27, 2016

Lisa

DeRosier

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 26, 2016

Heather

Williams

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 25, 2016

Juli

Pool

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 23, 2016

Ezra

Gwilliam

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 22, 2016

Mary Lou & Richard

Kinney

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 21, 2016

Pete

Erickson

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 21, 2016

Sara

Hagenah

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 20, 2016

Chris

Noel

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 19, 2016

Jim

Ogle

$50

Aug 19, 2016

Mark

Heilman

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 19, 2016

Anne

Sorenson

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 19, 2016

Phil & Jackie

Kelly

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 19, 2016

Bú Morrisroe

Family

Undisclosed Amount

Aug 19, 2016
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$8

K-8

For years, Scott directed Summer Academy, a K-8 enrichment camp for local youth in partnership with the Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies.

$26

26 Years

Scott was a family man, dedicated to Jenny, his wife of 26 years, and his three children. He was Jenny's best friend, her biggest cheerleader, and kitchen dance partner.

$42

42 Million

While Scott’s leadership and contributions to programs in CMEO, CAMP, HEP, and TRiO can be quantified in an excess of $42 million, it is best captured in the awe-inspiring and heartwarming stories of thousands of young people whom he helped defy the odds and achieve remarkable success in their schooling and future life pursuits.

$97

'97

Scott joined the faculty at Boise State University in 1997, where he became a daunting force for good in the College of Education and the university overall.

$329

March 29th

Scott was born March 29, 1959, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

$700

700 Students

Scott helped empower students through a CMEO grant that today continues to provide career counseling, educational workshops, intensive advising and more for 140 students each year. More than 700 students will be impacted by this legacy over the span of five years.

$1,989

1989-what a year!

Of all the gifts he gave to his friends, the greatest was Jenny, who stirred his soul. They married in 1989, the same year he received his doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction.

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