Campaign Goal: $40 Million

Remaining Campaign Priorities Women’s Education Initiative $25,000-250,000 Named Endowed Scholarships and Fellowships $50,000 each Named Endowed Scholarships for International Experiences $50,000 each Health Care Simulation Center Naming of center $600,000 Named endowment $250,000 Nursing station $100,000 Simulated treatment rooms (7) $75,000 ea. iStan (2)…

WHY I support ForeverGold: Murial H. Nathan

Muriel Nathan, along with her daughter and son-in-law, Sherrie and Lorry Schrage.

As a teacher and a wife and mother of physicians, education and public health always have been passions of mine. Brenau University is a wonderful example of an institution that marries these two priorities beautifully. My older sister Evelyn Halprin Daniel, WC ’41, attended…

Initiatives and Scholarships Sustained Through Many Gifts

Anna Jacobs, left, WC '86, and Lynn Frye, WC '86, pose for a photo in the Marijayne Ward Beggs Terrace. A group of Brenau alumnae, including Jacobs and Frye came together to name the terrace in Beggs' honor. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

The ForeverGold campaign affords the opportunity for individuals and organizations to make contributions of any size that have an everlasting impact on the life of the university and its students. Below is a sampling of initiatives that were made possible through the support of many gifts, large and small. Clara…

VOLUNTEER Spotlight: Jim Southerland

Recently retired professor of history and provost emeritus Jim Southerland photographed during an interview with David Morrison for the Brenau Window Magazine in his office.

From occasional stints as a painter and groundskeeper to head academic officer, Jim Southerland has filled many roles during his nearly 50-year association with Brenau University. “Being affiliated with Brenau through these decades has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,”…

Forever is upon us

Daniel Pavilion. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Brenau nears $40 million goal At every commencement, I peer out into the audience and remark something akin to, “I don’t know who you are. I don’t know where you sit, but I do know someone is sitting here today who is going to…