Heath and the Climate Justice Resilience Fund help communities adapt to a world with increasingly unpredictable weather patterns.
Cull Jordan ’98 gets his empathy and work ethic from his parents.
During State Department internships, Taylor Rodier ’19 perfected the art of the BLUF (bottom line up front).
Going back for a second Wingate degree helped Becky Bullard ’63, ’81 get ahead in the HR field. She now serves as a Wingate trustee.
After a few years working retail, Aaron Honeycutt ’14 returned to the classroom in his early 20s. He now has his Ph.D. in chemistry.
With Dickinson as a companion, Sylvia Little-Sweat marks six decades at Wingate.