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Your gift to James Madison can make a difference in the lives of students. View video

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The Madison Project, one of JMU's finest a cappella groups, sings thanks to JMU's gracious donors. View video.

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It's more than a building - watch three students thank Forbes Center donors for their support of the arts at JMU. View video.

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Assistant Dean of the College of Education Maggie Kyger discusses the importance of private giving. View video.

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Daniel Morgan ('10) turned a class assignment into a project that changed lives in Uganda. View video.

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Dean of the College of Visual & Performing Arts George Sparks shares his thanks to donors. View video.

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Click here to view the 2010 Stewardship Luncheon (formerly the Scholarship & Endowment Luncheon).



 

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2008-09 Scholarship & Endowment Luncheon

The Scholarship & Endowment Luncheon is an annual tradition that gives us the opportunity to honor donors who enable the "Madison Experience" for so many. Approximately 350 people attended this year's luncheon, including student scholarship recipients, members of the JMU administration and volunteer boards, and of course donors, including many faculty and staff donors.

 

Giving connects us in many ways, through means unexpected and often undetected. We received a few examples of this during the 2008-09 Scholarship & Endowment Luncheon.

Dr. Carr


We learned how cows in Reading, Pa are connected to cows in Kenya...




Maggie Kyger


...and how a Madison professor inspired his students to give, more than 20 years after graduating.





We found out how we are all connected to a national hero...

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..and finally, we were reminded of the link between a Madison education and the future of the nation.





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