@manchester Newsletter July 2020

header-mulogo July 2020

David Brian ’64 dedicated career to coronavirus research

During his long career at the University of Tennessee, Manchester graduate David Brian ’64 established himself as a highly respected and much-published research scientist, focusing on the medically important coronavirus family. Learn more.


An enduring legacy

Dr. Jane Henney ’69 can’t begin to count the ways her parents, Harry ’35 and Jeanette Henney, demonstrated their belief in education. Learn more.

MU publications electronic

Regular magazine content will merge with newsletter until pandemic eases. Learn more.


Her second home       

Rita Schroll retired this year after 53 years of service to Manchester. Learn more.

Three join MU Alumni Board

Josh Brock ’05, Bernie Eash ’66 and Sarah McKinney ’12 all say that Manchester University changed their lives. Learn more.

Cook-Huffman named academic leader

Celia Cook-Huffman ’86 has returned to her alma mater as vice president for academic affairs. Learn more.

MU adds community health major

With new major, Manchester will help meet a growing need. Learn more.

Honoring our best   

Know an alum who deserves recognition? If so, click on the links below to read more about the awards and honors we present each year and nominate them:

Alumni Honor Award
Athletic Hall of Fame
Claude Wolfe Coach of the Year
Alumni Teacher of the Year
Young Alumni Impact Award
Young Alumni Outstanding Achievement Award


Daughters honor dad

Gift to The Manchester Fund in memory of father who loved alma mater. Learn more.

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Class Notes

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