J. T. and Margaret Talkington Operating Endowment
Research Associate in Eating Disorders Endowment
J. T. and Margaret Talkington Endowment
Endowed Professorship in Eating Disorders
Evelyn M. Davies, Regents Professorship for the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities
Evelyn M. Davies is a long-time friend of the TTU College of Human Sciences and is on the Advisory Board of the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities. Evelyn established this important professorship to improve research endeavors aimed at addiction and recovery processes.
George C. Miller Family, Regents Professorship for the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities
The George C. Miller Family funded this professorship that is awarded to the presiding Director of the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC), assuring outstanding leadership. The professorship awardee guides the implementation and development of the CCRC as it evolves over time. Successful leadership insures the CCRC of national recognition as a leader in recovery education.
Mickey and Barbara McKenzie Endowed Scholarship
Mickey and Barbara McKenzie Lectureship Series
Parent's Weekend Endowment
Carl Andersen Endowed Scholarship for Recovering Persons
Graduate Student Fellowship Endowment
Carey and Brenda Hobbs Endowed Scholarship for Recovering Persons
S.C. Johnson Scholarship Endowment
Jim Kimmel Endowed Scholarship
Andrew Knox Memorial Scholarship for Recovering Persons
Bill Miller Addiction and Recovery Scholarship Endowment
Andrew J. Strawn Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Jeffrey W. Terrel Scholarship for Recovering Persons
Laurel Tronrud Memorial Scholarship for Recovering Persons
John H. Tull Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Since 1999, the John P. McGovern Foundation has been a generous supporter and friend. Of note, the John P. McGovern Foundation created the National Recovery Student Database project. This gift allowed the Center for Study of Addiction and Recovery to be the national research leader for data on recovery students and collegiate recovery communities. Most recently, the Foundation has given to the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities endowing a scholarship for students in recovery pursuing graduate education at Texas Tech University.
Since the Ranch at Dove Tree opened its doors in 2002, the program has helped many individuals start down the road to recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Since September 2006, the Ranch at Dove Tree has generously supported the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities.
We are forever grateful for these and the many other generous donors who support us. If you are interested in donating to the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, please contact Ann Casiraghi at 806-742-2891 or by e-mail at email@example.com.