MUW Foundation Giving Societies - FY 18

Gifts to the MUW Foundation provide exceptional opportunities for learning and growth at The W. Your gifts are vital resources that help us continue the tradition of excellence for which The W is known. Thank you for changing lives by transforming students’ dreams into realities with your generosity.

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The Balance of Time

“Time is the longest distance between two places.” -Tennessee Williams, The Glass Menagerie

As time marches on, partnerships, sustainability and ingenuity are leading The W into the future. Tomorrow’s technologies integrate into a historic campus daily. We may not know the future, but by working together, we will be the university for tomorrow.

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Charting a Sustainable Path

“A college’s greatest enemies are complacency and nostalgia,” according to Larry Ladd, director in Grant Thornton’s National Higher Education & Not-for-Profit Practices.

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Always Ascending

Dr. Tammie McCoy has six grandchildren. Every Friday night, she and her husband Bruce, of 24 years, host pizza night. All the grandchildren come to visit and often spend the night. They are queens and kings of the castle. Pizza night has been a tradition for 16 years.

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A Place of Possibility & Opportunity

Nora Miller, no stranger to challenges, knows how to set a goal and go the distance. After nearly 30 years in higher education, she has dealt with everything from uncertain budgets to the intricacies of developing a campus master plan to heading crisis response. She has an eye for detail and a determination about rising to the challenges.It’s a philosophy she follows in her personal goals as well.

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Beyond Business

“Do not struggle in silence.”

This quote has been at the bottom of every one of Dr. Scott Tollison’s syllabi—even before he joined The W’s faculty in 2004.

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Shifting Gears

Dr. Marty Brock has always been a hands on person—both literally and figuratively.

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The Act of Partnership

Shakespeare once said, “All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances…”

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