Last fall, Nashman and her husband presented GW with a blended gift – an outright gift combined with a promised gift in their estate. Today, the newly named Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service integrates civic engagement into GW’s educational program.
Caminos al Futuro students visit DC as part of their pre-college summer scholarship program.
The GW Libraries launched an initiative earlier this year to crowdsource the transcription of Mr. Churchill’s World War II engagement diary, a collection of handwritten cards detailing the famed British Prime Minister’s appointments during WWII.
During this spring’s annual Power & Promise event, two scholarship recipients met their donors for the first time. We captured these rare first moments on video during the event.
Philanthropic support for student aid will be a priority in the coming year as the university seeks to further President Steven Knapp’s legacy of increasing access to a GW education and improving success rates of all students once enrolled. “President Knapp and our university leadership are dedicated to ensuring that all qualified students have access to a GW education and to making the student body more diverse in every sense...