Mother Would Be Proud’

Kathy Dean Fall 2016, Giving

The Louise VanLandingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship   After their mother passed away at age 84, Maureen Nichols was a bit afraid to tell her older sister what she did with a portion of the inheritance. She shouldn’t have worried. “I was ecstatic,” said Kathy Hawsey. With a donation to University of Mobile, Maureen established the Louise VanLandingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship. …

Brady & Emily King

One Step at a Time

Ashley Bonds Experience, Fall 2016

University of Mobile alumni Brady and Emily King earned their degrees in math and education, respectively, with the help of athletic scholarships. So when the 2014 graduates were deciding where to make a charitable contribution that would really make a difference, their own challenges of being student athletes came to mind. They prayed about the decision, and felt the Lord’s leading.. …

JB Locke w/MBA student

The Master Advantage

Lesa Moore Fall 2016, Learning

Introducing the Newly Revised MBA   Making what seems impossible possible is a traditional role for a successful concierge. The same can be said for J.B. Locke ’00 & ’04. Though she doesn’t work at a hotel, you will find her tirelessly assisting students as a success coach for University of Mobile’s School of Business. “As the Master of Business …

Rebecca Capone Johnson | Tim Johnson | Mazie Grace Johnson – Photography by Brian Kelley

This is What it Means to be Family

Rebecca Capone Johnson Experience, Fall 2016

When I was a student at the University of Mobile, we talked a lot about the “University of Mobile family.” It’s amazing how, in just four years, you can become so close to people who once were strangers, that you really do feel a special bond. It’s graduation season now, and I think back to when I graduated and was …