The George and Lois Schaefer Scholarship, established by George Schaefer, SPA/BA ’72, and his wife, Lois, Kogod/BS ’72, provides scholarships for SPA students, including Kyrie E. Bannar, SPA/CAS '09, left, a recipient in the 2009-2010 academic year.
Lynne Brenner Ganek, a professor in American University’s School of Education, Teaching, and Health (SETH) program, believes in innovation and imagination.
As Executive Director of City Year Washington, D.C., Jeff Franco, SIS/MA ’97, Kogod/MBA’05, lives his community service values each day, uniting young people from all backgrounds for a year of service to their communities.
In her own words, Laura Gonzales, SOC/BA '99, reflects on finding Texas in Washington, D.C, her student days, and why she gives.
Jonelle Williams, a NOBLE Scholarship recipient, has seen the dark side of human struggle and is intent on making the world a brighter place. Born in Sierra Leone, Williams and his family fled their native country to escape civil war.
Melissa Warren, a recipient of the Charlotte Newcombe Foundation Scholarship, is the first woman in her family to graduate from college. She is due to receive a bachelor's degree from CAS in 2010.