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Audrey C. and Harry J. Gabriel Endowed Scholarship in Business
The scholarship was created by the sons of Harry and his wife Audrey Gabriel ‘49, Bob and Harry. The Gabriel family of Ponchatoula, are owners and operators of Gabriel Building Supply Company. This scholarship provides financial assistance for a student majoring in Business.
Sharon Ann Gabriel Scholarship in Nursing
Sharon Ann Gabriel was a graduate of Southeastern’s School of Nursing class of ‘74. She was a Registered Nurse for 39 years, and served as Director of Nurses at Hood Memorial Hospital for 37 years. The scholarship was established by her mother, Shirley Guitrau Gabriel and sister Suzie Gabriel Saint along with friends and family. The scholarship was endowed to provide assistance to a student in clinical nursing courses.
Sylvia A. Gaffney Endowed Scholarship
Sylvia A. Gaffney met Gerald J. Gaffney while they were attending Southeastern in 1952 and were married in 1954. After having four children, Sylvia received her degree and became a full time educator. She loved teaching in elementary school and went back and received her Master’s degree and became the Principal at Immaculate Heart of Mary in New Orleans. Sylvia thought education was the solution to many of the problems people face, and she had a special place in her heart for the underprivileged. Coordinated with their son Steve, Gerald established this legacy scholarship for students studying to become teachers.
Jim and Nancy Gainey Endowed Scholarship in Elementary Education
The scholarship was established to provide financial support to a Southeastern student majoring in Elementary Education. The scholarship recognizes Nancy Stire Gainey, a 1972 Southeastern graduate and educator.
Rodney C. Galatas Endowed Scholarship
Rodney Galatas ‘76 was a charter member of Alpha Phi Alpha and Delta Sigma Pi and served as treasurer of the Student Government Association. He had an impressive twenty-eight year career with ExxonMobil Corporationin various accounting, financial, supervisory and managerial assignments in New Orleans, Houston and overseas. He and his wife Marcia King Galatas ’79 met at Southeastern. Marcia, a member of the Southeastern Foundation Board of Directors and her husband, established this scholarship for students majoring in accounting or finance.
Margie Himel Galloway Scholarships for the Arts
The fund was established by Bill and Noel Galloway Wade to honor her mother, Margie Galloway ‘41 and is to support scholarships for students in the arts.
Thomas & Marilyn Galloway Endowed Scholarship (Football)
The scholarship was established by Thomas “Tag” Galloway and his wife Marilyn. Tag is the son of former Lion player and coach, Stan Galloway ‘39 and it supports a Southeastern athlete who plays football.
Guy C. Garrison Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship was established in 1990 by Mrs. Olivette Wilson Garrison, a native of Amite, Louisiana whose father, Harry D. Wilson, was state Commissioner of Agriculture and for whom Southeastern’s former Agriculture building was named. Mrs. Garrison and her husband valued higher education. The scholarship is named in her husband’s memory and is for a student with an active status in the honors program.
Suzanne Gautier Endowment for Children’s Programming (Columbia Theatre)
The endowment was established by Jack and Sue Gautier and recognizes Suzanne’s passion for theatre and engaging children in the arts.
The Jack and Suzanne Gautier Alternative Certification Education Scholarship
Jack and Sue Gautier ‘79 established the scholarship to provide financial assistance to a Southeastern student holding a degree who is seeking to qualify for state teacher certification. Sue obtained an undergraduate degree in medical technology and later obtained an alternate certification to teach science. Jack is a former Southeastern football player who retired from a long career in banking and is a member of the Southeastern Foundation Board of Directors.
Myra C. Gautreaux Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship was endowed by the West St. Tammany Medical Auxiliary to assist a nursing major from West St. Tammany Parish with a demonstrated need. Myra Gautreaux was the wife of one of the area’s pioneering doctors.
Antimony L. Gerhardt Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics
The scholarship was endowed by the parents of Antimony Gerhardt, a graduate of Hammond High School. Antimony received her Bachelor of Science degree from MIT in 2000 and was enrolled in the MIT Masters degree program in electrical engineering and computer science at the time of her passing. The scholarship was established by her parents, Kent and Gwendolyn Gerhardt, in memory and celebration of their daughter and benefits a Southeastern student majoring in Mathematics.
Eugene “Gene” Ghoram Endowed Scholarship in Men’s Basketball
The scholarship was established by John Manzella ‘63 to honor his friend Gene. It benefits a member of Southeastern men’s basketball team with a preference for one from Zachary High School.
Samuel Giglio IV Endowed Scholarship
Samuel Giglio IV received his B.S. degree in chemistry posthumously in May 2020 having passed away five weeks before graduating. Sam had already earned minors in mathematics and computer science. Friends and family established this scholarship for chemistry or physics majors who have achieved the 8-credit introductory sequence and who are active in chemistry and physics undergraduate student clubs and in the department community in general.
Joseph Thomas Gill and Odile Chustz Gill Endowed Scholarship in Nursing
Mrs. Odile Chustz Gill retired from Southeastern in 1976 as Professor Emeritus of Library Science. She also worked as the Librarian at the Southeastern Lab School. The scholarship provides financial support to a student majoring in Nursing.
Global Wildlife Endowed Scholarship in Biology
The scholarship was established by Ken Matherne, owner of Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, Louisiana to assist a student majoring in Biology. Global Wildlife Center was established to provide education about wildlife, conservation and endangered species.
Golden Voices from 1927-1948 Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship was established by a group of 50 year graduates to assist a Southeastern student.
Christine Marie Gonzales Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Business
The scholarship was established by Sharon Gonzales in memory of her daughter. Christine was a Senior at Southeastern on the Dean’s list at the time of her passing. The scholarship provides financial support to a deserving College of Business student.
Sandy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship Fund (Baseball)
Sandy was a member of the staff of Southeastern for more than 25 years and spent most of that time in the Leadership Development and Student Activities offices. She was a passionate supporter of the University, always known to help with campus, athletic and alumni events. The scholarship, established by family and friends, benefits a Southeastern student athlete, preferably a baseball player.
Gray Family Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship was established by David Bert Gray ‘68 and his wife Victoria Gray. The scholarship supports a student that is within one year of graduation.
Greater Baton Rouge American Society of Safety Engineers Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship was established in 2014 with a gift from the Greater Baton Rouge American Society of Safety Engineers to provide financial assistance to a Southeastern student majoring in Occupational Safety, Health, and Environment.
Freda O. Green Endowed Scholarship in Business
The scholarship was established by Southeastern supporter and fan, Freda Green, to provide financial assistance to a hardworking freshman female student majoring in Business. Freda Green, was a native of New Orleans who later moved to Tangipahoa Parish where she became very active in community organizations. She was a charter member of the FeLions (Female Enthusiasts for Lion Sports), and inspired the Bunko for Basketball fundraiser for Women’s Basketball at Southeastern. She also served on the President’s Board of Advisors.
Dr. Bertram H. Groene Endowed Scholarship in History
Professor Emeritus of History and Political Science, Dr. Bertram H. Groene established this scholarship through his estate for students studying history.
Guidry Family Endowment Scholarship in Social Work
This scholarship was established by Paul Guidry, a ‘77 graduate in Accounting. Paul had a special place in his heart for helping individuals with social and other disabilities. This scholarship provides financial assistance to a deserving student majoring in Social Work.
Gulf States Health Services Endowed Scholarship in Nursing
The scholarship was established by Gulf States LTAC of Hammond, a division of Gulf States Health Systems, Inc., a provider of acute in-patient rehabilitation and long term care hospitals. It provides financial assistance to a Nursing Student who is a Louisiana resident.