SCHOLAR & DONOR STORIES

Dimitri StewartTEAM WORK

Dimitri Stewart ’22 seized the opportunities available at Regis through student groups and athletics to help him grow and move closer to his goals for life after graduation.

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Alexa PetkewichSCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT SOARS TO NEW HEIGHTS

Nursing major and S. ThérèseHiggins, CSJ, Scholarship recipient Alexa Petkewich ’22 makes her mark and steps up to work the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Jacob Desjardins MOLDING THE FUTURE

Jacob Desjardins ’23, an education major and Regis Diverse Educators Scholarship recipient, is committed to being the champion that every child deserves and shares how Regis is helping him to fulfill this dream

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Lydia MillerCHALLENGE ACCEPTED

“I acknowledged that my Regis experience is for me to define; therefore, I got involved with activities on campus that allowed me to challenge myself and develop my leadership skills,” she nursing major and Sister Therese Higgins CSJ Scholarship recipient Lydia Miller ’23.

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Fred BeckmannVIRTUAL WELCOME

Exercise science major Frederick Beckmann ’22 welcomes the Class of 2024 at this year’s online orientation—helping to create a welcoming environment, offering support, and sharing guidance from his own experiences.

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Karina GomesSTUDENT SCHOLAR shines at cape cod luncheon

Nursing major and scholarship recipient Karina Gomes '21 shares her Regis journey and experiences working during the COVID-19 pandemic at that the Virtual Cape Cod Luncheon.

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Wildnese Leveque ’21GLOBAL STRIDES

Inspired after a service trip to Haiti, scholarship recipient Wildnese Leveque ’21 has dreams to pursue travel medicine after graduation to help the underserved.

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Cesar Da Silva ’21 LENDING A HELPING HAND

Exercise science major and scholarship recipient Cesar Da Silva ’21 learned on his first day at Regis that the community is founded on members coming together to support and help one another—a core value that will help him achieve success after graduation.

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May Truesdell

Paying it forward

May Truesdell ’05, ’06 received her bachelor and master degrees at Regis. She credits her scholarship for making it possible, and now she gives annually to support the next generation.

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Judy LauchTime To Fly

Judy Murphy Lauch ’68 credits Regis with instilling confidence, determination, and inspiration in her that led to a successful career in the tech industry. Now retired, Lauch makes giving to Regis a priority, and she committed a campaign pledge to Now We Fly for one main reason: results.

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John Tegan

A Touching Tribute

Board of Trustees Chair John Tegan made a gift to the Now We Fly Campaign to name the Tegan Commons in honor of his late wife, Lorraine DeStefano Tegan ’63. The renovated Library offers a modern study space for the community to connect and work together.

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Young school of nursing

The family of the late trustee emeritus and longtime supporter Richard “Dick” W. Young, PhD, and Sheila Young, made a gift to name the Richard and Sheila Young School of Nursing—a nationally-recognized Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.

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Eileen and Peterinvesting in the future

“We believe that investing in Regis is investing in the future of America. The dream of a better future can be achieved by supporting our students today,” says Eileen McCormick Langenus ’78.

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