Celebrating GW Alumni & Philanthropy
May29

Celebrating GW Alumni & Philanthropy

In early April, students took the time out of their day to thank the more than 18,500 alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends who made a gift to GW last year. “I want to thank all of the alumni who donated to this school. Without you my experience here couldn’t have been the same,” said Gabriel Felder, BA ’14, who graduated from the School of Media and Public Affairs this spring. “I really...

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2014 GW Power & Promise Video
May28

2014 GW Power & Promise Video

Now more than ever, scholarship support is crucial to the success of GW students. Learn more about how you can support GW students through Power & Promise for Scholarships and Student...

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2014 Power & Promise Celebration
May27

2014 Power & Promise Celebration

More than 350 trustees, donors, students, staff, and friends attended the George Washington University’s annual Power & Promise dinner, celebrating the power of education and the promise of tomorrow’s leaders, on April 5 in Washington, DC. GW’s Colonial Brass Band kicked off the evening with their rendition of the GW Fight Song, setting the tone for a spirited evening that emphasized how scholarships, made...

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Southbys Donate $500K to Milken Institute School of Public Health
May22

Southbys Donate $500K to Milken Institute School of Public Health

Drs. Richard and Janet Southby made a gift of $500,000 to the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University (Milken Institute SPH) earlier this spring. As one of the founders and dean emeritus of the Milken Institute SPH, it is fitting that his legacy will carry forward in the new Milken Institute SPH Building on GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus. Richard Southby became involved in health policy and public health...

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Fred’s Bench
May20

Fred’s Bench

Friends and colleagues of Frederic A. Siegel gathered on the Mount Vernon Campus March 28 to surprise the former associate vice president and dean of freshmen with a bench on the Quad in honor of his years of service to GW and the Mount Vernon Campus. The crowd erupted in applause as a stunned Mr. Siegel approached the dedication ceremony—which had been kept a well-hidden secret from him. Laughter and cheers increased when Mr. Siegel...

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