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The Dr. Margaret Sampson Edgell Faith at Work Endowment
School of Business, Government and Economics

As an adjunct faculty member at SPU, Dr. Margaret Sampson Edgell taught and wrote extensively about the integration of Christian faith and business. She had a strong desire to see students live for Christ in the business world.

Before her death, she established this endowment as a way of encouraging business students to investigate the integration of faith and work. The endowment, once fully funded, will make a distribution each year that will fund the Margaret Edgell Faith at Work Prize. Recipients will be selected based on a class project in which student teams submit a video report of a business they studied that exemplifies the integration of Christian faith and business.

Your gift will support students and honor Margaret Sampson Edgell’s passion to touch people’s lives through the integration of faith at work.

A gift of $1,000 or more qualifies you for the President’s Circle, a program that offers special events and premiums for SPU’s close friends.

Giving is quick, simple, and secure. You can also create a personal account to update your contact information, manage your giving, and review your gift history at any time in one location. Click here to see if your employer will match your gift.

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A gift of $1,000 or more qualifies you for the President's Circle, a program that offers special events and premiums for SPU's close friends.

Giving is quick, simple, and secure. You can also create a personal account to update your contact information, manage your giving, and review your gift history at any time in one location. Click here to see if your employer will match your gift.

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