Joint Meeting of the Campaign Steering Committee and Commission for the Sciences – May 25, 2012

The Campaign Steering Committee and the Commission for the Sciences convened for a joint meeting on May 25, 2012 at EMU’s campus to review funding strategy, receive a campaign update, and discuss ways to engage potential funding leaders. Read more about the campaign and plans for EMU’s new Suter Science Complex.

  • Anne Kaufman Weaver ’88 facilitates a lively discussion about new fundraising strategies for the EMU science campaign.
  • Dr. Frank Shelp ’80 (left) discusses campaign ideas with Kirk Shisler ’81, Vice President for Advancement (middle) and Phil Helmuth ’76, Executive Director of Development .
  • Commission for the Sciences member and RMH president Jim Krauss (left) and Campaign Steering Committee member Dr. Todd Weaver ’87 share a laugh.
  • (l-r: Herta Harman, Carl Harman ’67, Henry Rosenberger ’67, Charlotte Rosenberger ’65) Campaign Steering Committee member Henry Rosenberger elaborates on his ideas for the campaign.
  • Newest Science Commission member, Dr. Frank Shelp ’81 (left) shares his vision with Steering Committee members Eloise ’61 (middle) and Dr. Robert Hostetler ’59 (right).
  • Dr. Todd Weaver ’87 elicits laughs from his fellow meeting-goers.
  • Members of both the Campaign Steering Committee and the Commission for the Sciences in attendance at the May 25, 2012 meeting.
  • Commission for the Sciences: (l-r) John Rocovich, Dr. Frank Shelp ’80, Mark Grimaldi ’94, Kirk Shisler ’81, Dr. Roman Miller, Phil Helmuth ’76, Dr. Loren Swartzendruber ’76, ’79, Jim Krauss, Dr. Paul R. Yoder,  Jr. ’63 (not pictured: Dr. Krishna Kodukula,
  • Campaign Steering Committee: (l-r) Kirk Shisler ’81, Charlotte Rosenberger ’65, Gerry Horst, Henry Rosenberger ’67, Dr. Todd Weaver ’87, Herta Harman, Anne Kaufman Weaver ’88, Carl Harman ’67, Phil Helmuth ’76, Dr. Loren Swartzendruber ’76, ’79, Eloise Ho
  • Dr. Frank Shelp ’80 addresses the meeting attendees during lunch.
  • Dr. Frank Shelp ’80 elaborates on the quality of education that he received at EMU, preparing him for his current role as Commissioner for the state of Georgia.