Stories of Progress
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The River and Field Campus—a 4,700-acre living laboratory—helps launch Washington College’s environmental programs to national prominence.
Local leader T. Allan Stradley, who was a longtime supporter of Washington College, bequeaths $1.7 million to help local county students pay for tuition.
An anonymous couple who had been visiting Chestertown regularly for over 30 years has bequeathed more than $1 million to the College.
A state program that targets higher education innovators in science and technical fields has, for the second time in as many years, granted Washington College nearly $1 million for a new endowed chair, this time for the Eastern Shore Food Lab.
Washington College’s Center for Environment & Society wins a $500K grant to expand the innovative Natural Lands Project. With matching funds from donors, the NLP now has $1.3 million to bring 285 more acres of farmland into quail habitat and Bay buffers.
Washington College’s new waterfront academic building will be named for two environmental leaders at a Sept. 8 groundbreaking event.
Building on $85 million already raised, Washington College kicks off a $150 million comprehensive campaign that is focused on the student experience and is the largest in the College’s history.
Washington College’s waterfront sports teams, as well as faculty, staff, students, and community members, are getting a brand new venue with the Hodson Boathouse. Groundbreaking is set for September 13.
Washington College’s innovative new Eastern Shore Food Lab will be based in the heart of Chestertown in a renovated restaurant space.
A $1 million gift from trustee and investor-relations expert Rebecca Corbin Loree ’00 will give students new opportunities for launching career plans.