David Scholz

David Scholz

David Scholz is a gastroenterology specialist located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Currently practicing at Charlotte Gastroenterology & Hepatology – Randolph, he has affiliations with Novant Health Matthews Medical Center, Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center, Presbyterian Medical Center and Rowan Medical Centers as well as being on their respective medical staffs.

At the turn of the twentieth century, Scholz became interested in mathematical logic and foundational research, employing both an epistemological Platonism as well as openness for metaphysical approaches in his research.

Early Life and Education

David Scholz hails from Decatur, Illinois. At Stephen Decatur High School he was an all-state player and instrumental to their state quarterfinal runs in 1964 and 1965.

He earned both his undergraduate and law degrees at Columbia University. Additionally, he worked at Commonwealth Edison, the electric power company serving Chicago and northern Illinois.

He joined the faculty of St. Olaf College in 1968 as an instructor of voice, choral conducting and literature courses, where he also directed Chapel Choir and Viking Chorus choirs as well as presented major choral works both on campus and at various concerts throughout the academic year. Additionally he served as Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Northfield Minnesota.

Professional Career

David Scholz is an esteemed clinician, adjudicator and music educator in northern California. As director of Chico State University choral activities and of Bidwell Presbyterian Church’s Chancel Choir director. Additionally, he founded North Valley Chamber Chorale (a non-profit auditioned community choir that regularly performs).

On Monday, the University of Oregon Board of Trustees unanimously selected Scholz as its 19th president, effective July 1. He will assume his responsibilities immediately upon joining his duties on July 1.

Achievement and Honors

David Scholz was an individual of many talents and interests. His contributions to his profession and community service were outstanding.

He was an original member of the North Valley Chamber Chorale and director of Bidwell Presbyterian Church’s Chancel Choir; Interim Director of Choral Activities at University of Texas Tyler; professor at California State University Chico as well as recipient of Bill J. Bonnstetter Lifetime Achievement Award.

As a pioneer of analytics and sports nutrition for improving performance, his program is widely credited with helping three first-round NFL draft picks–including former Texas Tech linebacker Jordyn Brooks–land in the first round. An important contribution of his legacy will be his donation of 2,147 acres in northeast Hayes County that will be used for research and education purposes.

Personal Life

David Scholz is one of Germany’s most acclaimed politicians, best-known for his membership in the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and service as Minister of Labour and Social Affairs under Chancellor Angela Merkel from 2007-11 – his policies having had an immense impact on her governing style.

Scholz has long been a champion of social issues such as unemployment and pension reform. Additionally, he champions increased military spending as well as alternative energy sources.

David Scholz is known for his commitment to family. With two children of his own and an emphasis on ensuring healthy development in an ideal home environment for his wife and sons, they reside in Chico California – inspiring many with their example family life.

Net Worth

David Scholz is an ex-American basketball player reputed to possess an estimated net worth of between $1 – 2 Million, amassed through both professional accomplishment and charitable endeavors.

Erich Scholz is both an inventor and engineer with an affinity for engineering equipment to meet his diverse clientele’s needs. Through Scholz Design he has found great success creating innovative equipment solutions.

He and his wife Sande recently made a donation of 2,147 acres of land valued at nearly $1.5 million to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for educational use.

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