Distinguished alumni Drs. Waltz and Louise Maynor pledge $50,000 to American Indian Studies Department at UNC Pembroke PEMBROKE, N.C. — Drs. Waltz and Louise Maynor are highly regarded for their work in higher education, dedicating 35 years each to educating minds at North Carolina Central University. However, their hearts have always remained with their alma mater – The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. - ized,” said Dr. Louise Cummings Maynor. “We want to support the development of that program. We know how important it is to have assets to promote this initiative.” Studies Department to the tune of $50,000. Louise recognize our commitment to honoring the univer- Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings. “Their generous gift will enable us to strengthen our program and advance our shared vision of becoming the premier institution for the Rather than supporting a student scholarship, the Drs. Waltz and Louise Maynor Family Endowed Fund will be used to enhance initiatives within the department. The Maynors faculty development, guest speakers, recognition for grad- Conference. - ucation, we know that sometimes the program itself needs a support fund, and this endowment would directly support that program,” Louise Maynor said. - pressed gratitude to the Maynors for their commitment to their hometown university. “The passion that both Waltz & Louise Maynor possess for the community that provided so much to them and for the university that prepared them for successful futures is evident within minutes of spending time with them,” Lowery said.
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