McKelveys Make a Transformative Investment in Engineering

Jim McKelvey Jr. at podiumJim McKelvey Jr. and his wife, Anna, have made a significant gift to transform engineering at Washington University for the benefit of students and the world. Their extraordinary commitment includes a $30 million challenge to inspire additional support from alumni, parents, and friends. (Read more)

Engineering Community Members Laud McKelvey Gift

Gift will expand opportunities for students, bolster faculty efforts to teach and perform groundbreaking research, accelerate the school’s growth and development, and strengthen its influence in our world. (Read more)

Professorship medallionWhy I Give: Donors Share Reasons for Establishing Professorships

Donors who endow professorships are motivated by a variety of factors, including a desire to recognize outstanding teachers; give thanks for the institution’s role in their lives; and further its mission to teach, discover, and serve. (Read more)

Rodger and Paula RineyHealthier Future: Rineys Donate $35 Million for Medical Research

Rodger and Paula Riney have provided significant resources to the School of Medicine and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center to accelerate the efforts of faculty members working to create better treatments for multiple myeloma, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. (Read more)

Art rendering of the new William A. Bernoudy Architecture StudioProviding a Premier Environment for Architecture Education

The William A. Bernoudy Architecture Studio, made possible by a $1.5 million gift from the Gertrude & William A. Bernoudy Foundation, offers state-of-the-art facilities for graduate architecture students in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. (Read more)

Group including Mark and Risa Wrighton, Andrew martin, Barbara Schaal, Mark Schnuck, and Holden ThorpNamed Spaces Recognize the Wrightons’ Exceptional Contributions

Thanks to the leadership of Washington University’s Board of Trustees and the generosity of many alumni and friends, the name of the university’s 14th chancellor and his wife will live on across the Danforth Campus. (Read more)