We wanted to take the burden of tuition costs off students’ minds so they can stay focused on their education,” says Lambert. The couple created the Lambert-Woods Architects Traveling Scholarships, which helps architecture students with expenses related to their studies abroad.
Ken Muhlendorf (Col ’69, Med ’74) still appreciates the way UVA helped him and his wife, Diane, when they were a young couple on the Grounds. “The University looks out for its students,” he said.
Brandi Durkac (Col ’00) grew up hearing her parents’ stories about the joys and adventures of college life—and about the importance of education and generosity.
“Giving is now a habit,” she said. And for Durkac, giving and family go together. Read More >>
As a child, Buddy Voshell (Col ’52) lived with his mother and father in Varsity Hall on Grounds, half a block from UVA Hospital. This made it easy for his father to walk to work. “I can still see him now, walking down the street to the hospital,” he said.
He was a caring and generous man, the type of person who was dedicated to helping others. Read More >>
She’s swum with sharks in Tahiti, spent years working for the CIA, and taken a high-stakes phone call from the president in the White House Situation Room.
“I had a fabulous career, a hell of a time, and I traveled the world,” Patricia Volz (Col ’74) said. Read more >>
The Casscells family has an extraordinary connection to the University of Virginia. Within three generations, they can count nine UVA graduates and one current student. But the family connection extends far beyond that. Read More >>