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Honoring Dr. Doe

Thank you for honoring Dr. Doe!

Dr. Doe and Students

Dr. Doe and Students in Classroom

For 47 years Dr. Frank Doe taught, mentored and befriended hundreds of students, from the nonmajors in the “Baby Bio” classes in Lynch Auditorium to the pre-health professions students whom he advised on their journeys to medical school and related fields.

He has retired, but we couldn’t quite let him go.

Thanks to the generosity of 110 grateful friends and alumni representing 42 different class years, the legacy of Dr. Frank Doe, UD biology professor emeritus, will continue for years to come.

The name Dr. Frank Doe now graces two academic rooms on the second floor of our new student services and administration building, Cardinal Farrell Hall: Room 204, the experiential learning classroom, and Room 221, the conference room in the provost’s suite.

We are thankful for the generous contributions that exceeded $150,000 and made these rooms possible, for all the memories of Dr. Doe that have been and will continue to be shared, and for the support this campaign has given to our future biology students. Long live Dr. Frank Doe!

Here’s who gave — thank you so much!

Dr. Doe holding sign.

To honor the brilliant legacies of Dr. Frank Doe and Sister Clodovia Lockett, you can contribute to the scholarships set up in their names. For information, contact Ellen Rossini, Senior Advancement Officer, 972-265-5846