Writing Center Dedicated to Jacqueline Weinmeister Brownlee
Seton Hill celebrated the dedication of the Jacqueline Weinmeister Brownlee Writing Center August 18, 2022.
The naming of the Jacqueline Weinmeister Brownlee Writing Center was made possible thanks to a gift from Robert M. Brownlee and Jacqueline Weinmeister Brownlee in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary this year.
The Jacqueline Weinmeister Brownlee Writing Center provides additional resources to help Seton Hill students achieve their academic goals as they work to become better communicators in college and in their career.
Robert M. Brownlee is the nephew of the late Sister Francesca Brownlee, the founding Dean of Seton Hill. In 2018, Robert Brownlee pledged a seven-figure commitment to the university to create the Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center and the Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship.
Seton Hill is now honored not only to have the Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center but also the Jaqueline Weinmeister Brownlee Writing Center in Reeves Learning Commons. Both are dedicated to supporting Seton Hill students and providing them with the necessary tools to find success in the classroom.
“The Brownlee family has established a tremendous legacy at Seton Hill,” President Finger said. “We are grateful for their continuing commitment to Seton Hill and its students.”
Read more about the dedication and the Center's work in this article from the Tribune-Review.