APPLETON - A Lawrence University graduate from more than 40 years ago is giving back to her alma mater.
Charlot Singleton and her husband donated $1.5 million to the college to establish an endowed professorship.
Professor of Biology Bart De Stasio is the first recipient of the Singleton Professorship in Biological Sciences.
"Bart's outstanding research record and his exemplary work in teaching and mentoring students represent the qualities that the donors of the chair wish to support through their wonderful gift," said Lawrence President Jill Beck in a release.
The donation includes an annual allowance to pursue innovative initiatives and activities related to teaching or research.
De Stasio's research interests include aquatic biology and predator-prey interactions.
Singleton is a 1967 graduate from Lawrence. She majored in biology and completed graduate work at California State University-San Jose.
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