Generous donors are an important reason we are able to achieve our mission to train the next generation of physicians for Arkansas – and it is often the outstanding clinical care, teaching and service of our faculty that inspires philanthropists to contribute to our college. A donor who wished to remain anonymous recently gave $100,000 in honor of Dr. Robert Hopkins Jr., Professor and Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Hopkins has been a clinical and educational leader at UAMS for many years. Throughout the pandemic, he has provided crucial guidance for UAMS, our state and the entire country as Chair of the National Vaccine Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The gift will be used for the benefit of medical students and residents in the Department of Internal Medicine. Thank you, Dr. Hopkins, for your exceptional and inspiring service.