New opportunities for Jonathan Baldwin Turner Scholars
Eunice Campbell and daughter Karen Campbell-Motsinger with Scholarship recipient, Megan Nelson
Eunice Campbell (left) and daughter Karen Campbell-Motsinger (right) congratulate a 2017 John and Eunice Campbell JBT Scholarship recipient, Megan Nelson
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Marla Todd
February 21, 2018
 

John and Eunice Campbell have provided support to the College of ACES Jonathan Baldwin Turner Scholarship program for nearly four decades. A former College of ACES dean, John provided the vision to establish the JBT scholarship program in 1978.

The Campbells continue to generously support the JBT scholarship program and there is a long list of JBT scholars who have received scholarships they funded. The Campbells recently extended their commitment to enhance the undergraduate experience for JBT scholars. Their most recent gift has established the Campbell Research Scholars program, which will provide financial support for ACES students to participate in undergraduate research. Beginning this semester, JBT scholars will have the first opportunity to benefit from these research scholarships.

To deepen the impact of the JBT scholarship program, the Campbells are also funding an annual experiential learning opportunity for JBT scholars. These programs will expose students to professional development experiences while building comradery amongst recipients.

Do you know a student deserving of the Jonathan Baldwin Turner Scholarship? Visit academics.aces.illinois.edu/scholarships/jbt.