Endowment History – The Madeline Gegenheimer McClure Scholarship

February 23, 2022 | Posted in: Endowments | Scholarships | PGSF Blogs

The Madeline Gegenheimer McClure Scholarship

Established 1978

Madeline Gegenheimer McClure Scholarship EndowmentMrs. McClure, a former member of the board of directors of Baldwin
Technology Corporation, spearheaded the advancement of graphic arts
education programs. In 1985, Mrs. McClure contributed a sizable gift to the NSTF program, thereby establishing a permanent endowment in her name.

Funds are provided through the endowment to assist students in pursuing Careers in the graphic arts. Sons and daughters of Baldwin employees are considered first. If no suitable candidates are presented, funds may be used in support of a graduate fellowship in graphic arts research. If no graduate students in graphic arts research apply, awards are made to any qualified graphic arts student.

The Madeline Gegenheimer McClure Scholarship is part of our Gutenberg Society which is comprised of members that have made a gift commitment of $100,000 or more. To learn more about all of our endowed scholarships go to our updated online book. Learn more about the opportunities and benefits of creating an endowment with PGSF on our Endowments page. More questions – contact the PGSF Director of Development, Jeff White