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UAH Honors College receives $100,000 gift to fund Prevost Scholars Program

Stanley E. Prevost, co-founder of Phase IV Systems, Inc., is a longtime benefactor to the Honors College.
Credit: Michael Mercier / UAH
Stanley E. Prevost and Linda Wallace present UAH Honors College with a gift to fund the Prevost Scholar Program. From L-R are UAH Provost Christine Curtis, UAH President Darren Dawson, Vice President for University Advancement/Executive Director of UAH Foundation Mallie Hale, Honors College Dean Dr. William Wilkerson, Linda Wallace, Stanley E. Prevost, Trevor Garnett, Tiffany Dinh and Anjan Naranaswamy.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — The University of Alabama in Huntsville's Honors College received a $100,000 gift to fund the UAH Prevost Scholars Program, the university announced on Wednesday.

Stanley E. Prevost, co-founder of Phase IV Systems, Inc., is a longtime benefactor to the Honors College.

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The program was developed by Prevost alongside UAH Honors College Dean Dr. William Wilkerson. The two designed the program to function as a "Honors within Honors program" in an effort to attract top STEM students.

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“The Stanley E. Prevost Honors Scholarship will allow the Honors College to attain one of its most important goals by effectively creating a higher caliber of Honors Student within an already rigorous Honors curriculum,” Dr. Wilkerson says. “This is a unique and singular program that sets the UAH Honors College apart from all others. To my knowledge, there is no other ‘Honors within Honors’ program that includes both a scholarship and a link to graduate education. We can never express all of our gratitude for this gift which will, in total, amount to $1 million and eventually fund an entire cadre of Prevost Scholars.”

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