With the retirement of Julie Berebitsky, Jessica Osaki, C'02, and her husband, Houston Howell, C'02, made a first gift to establish a Berebitsky Prize.
Alumni and Students spearhead Forestry Cabin Restoration
Andrew Carey, C'13, has taken the lead on organizing a funding campaign for the renovation of the Forestry cabin and wants you to join in. Learn more about how his Sewanee education has prepared him for moving from "cruising timber" to managing institutional timber-related investments by clicking this link. A page describing the Forestry cabin restoration project can be found at this link.
For many people, the Sewanee campus and its splendid Domain are touchstones for their lives and connects them to the University and its past and future. The project to restore the Forestry Cabin is just one example of how "place" builds connectedness. To learn more about Sewanee's University Relations efforts and about how to become a partner in the work of educating Sewanee students, visit new.sewanee.edu/university-relations
Above: Andrew Carey views the damaged Forestry Cabin roof.