Thank you GSE alumni and friends for supporting the GSE's 2017 Education Fund!
The Graduate School of Education receives only part of its operating budget from the university, so annual giving is a crucial source of unrestricted funding. These flexible dollars allow the school to allocate financial resources where the need is greatest from year to year. For example, the Graduate School of Education Annual Fund supports internships for future education leaders and financial aid funding.Collectively, we can make a difference! Every gift, regardless of size, tells us that you support the school, our students, our faculty, and the work done here every day to improve education.
Gift to the Education Fund strengthen the school's ability to attract and train the next generation of leaders. Every gift you make helps us increase our support of Master’s Students for whom financial aid is otherwise scarce.
"If my gift could allow more educators to come and to learn and examine the broader context that informs our work, and then bring that experience back to their schools and communities, I think that would be an amazing investment. "
Jessie Gerson-Nieder, MA '12
"Financial aid has made a huge impact on International Comparative Education students because it allows them to do research, to collect data, to meet teachers and parents, and to connect with the incomparable faculty here at the Graduate School of Education." Rudy Rubio, BA '08, MA '09
"Graduate student aid is really important in drawing the best students to the Graduate School of Education, making sure they can concentrate on their studies while they are here, and ensuring they can enter careers where they can have the greatest impact." Diana Delatour Lopez, MA '08
"This is the best time to be investing in education. This is the best time to have our giving reflect our values as a society." Jessie Arora, MA '08
"Nobody goes into education to become a millionaire. People go into education because they care about making the lives of teachers and students better. Having student aid helps us attract the most talented people in the country to help solve some of the most intractable social issues that we're confronting today." Jason Weeby, MA '07
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