The Emory Kimbrough Jr. Sociology Fund

THE EMORY KIMBROUGH JR. SOCIOLOGY FUND was established by Benjamin S. Kimbrough in memory of his brother, Emory Kimbrough Jr., who died in 1987 while serving Washington and Lee University as Professor of Sociology and head of the department. The Kimbrough Fund provides general support for sociology students and faculty in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. It is administered by the chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in consultation with the Provost. The fund currently supports stipends to undergraduate students to support research in sociology, but in the event that it is no longer needed for that purpose, the funds can be used for another purpose at the discretion of the department chair and sociology faculty in consultation with the Provost.