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A Legacy of Philanthropy

Vice President for University Advancement Elizabeth Brady retired in June after nearly 18 years with GGU. In thanking her for service to the university, President Dan Angel said: “Elizabeth’s groundbreaking efforts and dedication will serve GGU far into the future.” Below, Elizabeth shares some thoughts on her tenure at GGU. […]

Bridge Society Luncheon
Events / Giving

Bridge Society Luncheon

Last December, GGU held its annual Bridge Society Luncheon at the St. Francis Yacht Club. A crowd of more than 100 enjoyed the reception and luncheon.   Photos by Charlotte Fiorito.     1 (l to r) Kathryn Ringgold (JD 70); Rachel Van Cleave, dean, School of Law; Jodi Phillips, […]

In Memoriam

John McCarthy, 1916-2012

John H. McCarthy (JD 51) of Indianapolis died Sept. 15, 2012, at age 96. John worked as a patent attorney with Shell Oil Co. for 40 years, retiring in 1986. He is survived by his wife, Helen (Bowen) McCarthy; step-daughter, Janet (Cort) Gillette; and a niece, Nancy Wilson. Funeral services […]

Janice Carter, 1949-2012
Giving / In Memoriam

Janice Carter, 1949-2012

Janice Carter, director of the University Library, died Dec. 2 after an extended illness. “Words cannot capture her 22 years of service and impact across all sectors,” said GGU President Dan Angel. In the days following her death, a display of tributes to Janice was created in the university lobby […]

Delivering Our Promise:  Kathleen “Kitty” Wright
Alumni / Features

Delivering Our Promise: Kathleen “Kitty” Wright

  “Golden Gate is not afraid of online teaching. … (That’s where) I think education is going.” — Kathleen “Kitty” Wright   By Susan Fornoff Photo by Ed Ritger   Kathleen “Kitty” Wright kept her place in San Francisco even when she taught in the taxation program at Cal State […]