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Multiple family and friends made contributions in his memory. Jim’s wife, Marilyn, his children and a host of others have continued to make annual contributions to grow the fund to endowment level. “Morehead State had a significant impact on my father’s commitment to education for over 35 years and he was so proud to be an Eagle. He always said, ‘You have to look at the child first and let kids know you care in order for them to be successful,’” said Jonathan Dotson (00, 01), son of the scholarship’s namesake. “Our father believed that students are at the heart of everything we do.” Scholarship criteria include being a full-time student majoring in education with preference given to students from Pike County, Kentucky, or Franklin County, Ohio. Recipients must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 and maintain overall satisfactory scholastic standing. Students interested in applying to this scholarship, along with other privately funded scholarships managed by the MSU Foundation, should visit the online scholarship application at moreheadstate.awardspring.com . For more information on this scholarship, or to establish your own, contact MSU’s Office of Alumni Relations and Development at 606-783-2033, email giving@moreheadstate.edu or visit try this web-site alumni.moreheadstate.edu . Photo (taken in 2019): Family members helped establish the Jim E.

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