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New GW President Thomas LeBlanc

Making History Highlights

Ribbon cutting at the Milken Institute School of Public Health

Milken Institute School of Public Health

The largest collective gift in GW history from the Milken Institute, Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation, and the Milken Family Foundation transformed public health in the nation's capital.

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Honey Nashman helped make service part of GW's identity.

Nashmans Provide a Home for Civic Service

Service is part of GW's identity. The gift from Dr. Honey Nashman and her husband, Alvin E. Nashman, promotes active citizenship and enhances teaching, learning, and scholarship through civic engagement.

Honey Nashman shares her perspective on service and giving

Philanthropy Spotlight

Dee Kelly, Sr., J.D. '54

$1.25 million gift from Dee J Kelly Foundation boosts GW Law

The university will rename the Law School Learning Center (LLC) the Dee J. Kelly Law Learning Center after the distinguished alumnus, who was a prominent Texas lawyer, and behind-the-scenes figure in Texas politics.
Tara Scully, Director of the Harlan program

Harlan Trust Leaves Legacy for Research and Discovery

$9 million bequest provides scholarships and stipends to undergraduate researchers allowing them to continue their studies in biology year round.

The opening of the  Cisneros Institute.

Cisneros Institute Encourages Students to Reach Their Potential

A $7 million gift from Gilbert Cisneros, BA ’94, and his wife, Jacki created The Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute to provide students with scholarships and fellowships to address undermatching, when students of high potential do not matriculate to selective universities.


Abbie Gillen, SEAS '17

Abbie Gillen, SEAS '17

Clark Scholarship Recipient

"I didn't know how awesome the Clark Scholars Program was going to be when I first joined, but I'm grateful for it... it was a launch pad for my job and whatever will happen in the future.  The experience was an invaluable part of being at GW."

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