In many capacities, Dr. Doe has influenced the medical and science careers of hundreds of alumni. His roles have included teacher, biology department chairman (1984-2000), first dean of Constantin College (2002-2005), and pre-health professions adviser.
All of this, moreover, he has done with love for his students. “It’s been a fantastic job. That’s why I’ve stayed so long.”
“I stayed because of you guys,” Dr. Doe tells students and alumni. “It was a good choice. There’ve been some tough moments, but for the most part, it’s been very rewarding.”
These one-time students of Dr. Doe’s invite all of Dr. Doe’s former students, as well as the parents of these students and alumni, to join them in contributing a total of $350,000 to a campaign to recognize Dr. Doe on the UD campus.
To date, just over 70 alumni and parents have contributed more than $125,000 toward the goal!
The naming of two locations in Cardinal Farrell Hall, the new student services and administration building, especially fitting because Cardinal Farrell Hall is under construction on the very spot where Dr. Doe taught thousands of hours of biology in the former Lynch Auditorium:
|1 The lecture steps leading to a patio across from Haggar University Center.||$250,000|
|The renaming of Science Drive as “Clodovia-Doe Way” to honor both Dr. Doe and fellow UD Biology Department legend Sister Mary Clodovia Lockett.|
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We are also collecting alumni memories of Dr. Frank Doe and Sister Clodovia Lockett! Please send a brief story or thank-you to: email@example.com.