Support the Enochs Graduate Algebra Scholarship Fund
The Enochs Graduate Algebra Scholarship was established to honor the work of Professor Edgar Enochs. Professor Enochs came to the University of Kentucky in 1967 after teaching at the University of Chicago and the University of South Carolina. His career at UK is a long account of distinguished scholarship, dedicated service, and committed teaching. In 1979, he was recognized by the UK Alumni Association with a Great Teacher Award for his outstanding teaching and concern for students inside and outside the classroom. His commitment was again noted in 1990 with the University's Sturgill Award for his outstanding contributions to graduate education at UK. Among the many highlights of his career was the nurturing and advising of over 50 doctoral students, plus countless numbers of UK students who took algebra with him. Professor Enochs retired from UK in 2015.
The Enochs Graduate Algebra Scholarship supports outstanding graduate students in the Department of Mathematics, and your gift to this fund helps honor the commitment to teaching and students Professor Enochs brought to the department for over forty-eight years.
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