Named in honor of Karol Willis Hull A.C.E.A. ’82, the Hull family made a gift in recognition of Karol’s service on the School of Education Development Board.
To recognize Philip’s commitment to supporting education, his wife Karol Willis Hull A.C.E.A. ’82 made a gift in his honor to name this office.
Named in honor of Professor Emeritus Armand J. Galfo and Mary Faust Galfo Cert. ’60 in appreciation and recognition of their inspirational loyalty and generosity to the School of Education.
Funded with gifts from family, friends and classmates in memory of Carol Anne Saunders Blessing ’70, a passionate lifelong educator.
In addition to his philanthropic commitment to the higher education program, Thom Terwilliger Ed.S. ’91, Ed.D. ’92 made a gift to name the board room.
In 2011, members of the class of 1971 made gifts for their 40th reunion in honor of classmate Virginia McLaughlin, Dean of the School of Education from 1995-2013, to name a classroom in her honor.
A gift from longtime School of Education benefactors Margaret C. Hauben ’59 and Lawrence Alan Hauben, the Hauben Atrium is used for many special events throughout the year.
Funded with a generous gift by alumna Margaret F. Harmon ’51, M.Ed. ’65 to provide state-of-the-art technology for our New Horizons Family Counseling Center.
Named in recognition of the generous gift-in-kind from Sentara Healthcare that provided the 22 acres of land for the School of Education to be built upon.
Gifts from several donors provided funding for the graduate assistant workspace.