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Support the Rose Esserman Levin and Jule Levin Endowed Award for Social Justice

Advocates for social justice, the Levins helped to end racial segregation in Rome, Ga. During the civil rights era, Jule Levin was president of the Rome Chamber of Commerce. When black activists began to sit-in and protest segregation at the city's downtown stores in 1963, he worked with other business owners to ensure a nonviolent settlement. Jule's wife Rose was active in the Georgia Council of Human Relations, and she fought against public school closings during the struggle over integration. She recorded the history of the movement in her manuscript entitled Voices of Protest.

Established to honor these instrumental civil rights leaders, the Rose Esserman Levin and Jule Levin Endowed Award for Social Justice is presented to a Berry College student whose actions best exemplify the ideal of social justice.

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Health Sciences Building Campaign

Our health sciences initiative aligns Berry's institutional strengths with community need as we seek to prepare increasing numbers of talented students to engage head, heart and hands in their work as healthcare providers. This effort builds on the success of our nursing program and adds a graduate-level program to train physician associates. To support this growth, Berry is constructing a new health sciences facility with 36,000 square feet of academic space designed to optimize firsthand learning experiences and skill development for our health science programs. The third floor will provide housing for 75 undergraduates.

Construction will begin in spring 2024 with the opening planned for summer 2025. When you give to the health sciences building, you join lead donors, foundation partners, alumni, board members and friends in making this project a reality. Those interested in naming opportunities associated with the project should contact Scott Breithaupt (91C, 96G) at

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