Shepherd University is honoring the legacy of the late Paul Saab. Saab was a dedicated and beloved biology professor at Shepherd for 37 years until his passing in 2001. He touched the lives of many students during his time at Shepherd, and during his tenure he could be found volunteering and working with many student groups including as Director of Elderhostel, Coordinator of Culinary Arts, Advisor of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and Theta Xi fraternity.
In his memory, funds are being raised to equip a much-needed teaching lab in the Robert C. Byrd Science Center. This lab is currently used to teach microbiology, a required course by nursing majors and an elective for biology, biochemistry, and environmental studies majors. It is the perfect space to honor Paul’s legacy as it relates to the courses and the students he taught.
For more information, please contact:
Executive Director of Development