The CGSC Foundation staff would like to say a special “Thank You!” to President and Chief Executive Officer Col. Roderick M. Cox, U.S. Army, retired, on National Boss’s Day. “I am excited about the great things our Foundation does to enhance the educational experience and improve the quality of life… Read More
CGSC Foundation Director of Operations Lora Morgan recently participated in the Combined Arms Research Library’s (CARL) Community Reads program. In a video released on October 9, Morgan read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault, illustrated by Lois Ehlert, and read with permission of Simon &… Read More
October is National Book Month! The importance of the written word cannot be overstated. The U.S. Army Command and General Staff College has long been the lead agent for education and leader development in the Army, and has produced countless soldiers, statesmen, scholars, and authors. The CGSC Foundation is proud… Read More
For 70 years, our nation has upheld the tradition of Armed Forces Day, saluting those who serve in the Armed Forces on the third Saturday in May. This Armed Forces Day, the CGSC Foundation asks that you join us in saluting those serving at Fort Leavenworth, the best hometown in… Read More
TBT– While currently closed to the general public due to COVID-19, the Ike Skelton Combined Arms Research Library’s (CARL) continues to provide excellent programs supporting military families sheltering at home, including Bingo for Books, Spring Into Reading, digital story time, and chalk drawing games. The library also provides educational resources… Read More
We asked. You answered. Thank you to all who participated in the CGSC Foundation’s #GivingTuesdayNow campaign we ran May 2-6. Along with the matching funds from a generous donor, we raised $5,600 to support the wonderful people and programs that make Fort Leavenworth “The best hometown in the Army.” We… Read More
The international military student program at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College provides a professional military cross-cultural exchange unrivaled anywhere in the world. International military officer participation in education and training at Fort Leavenworth dates back to 1894. More than 8,000 international graduates from 164 countries and their… Read More
In uncertain times it can be difficult to know what to do. American hero Mr. Fred Rogers said to “Look for the helpers,” and looking around Fort Leavenworth, we see a lot of helpers. Helpers in uniform. Helpers in scrubs. Helpers behind desks. Helpers delivering food – and toilet paper. It’s time to help the helpers...
TBT: On April 21, 2010, philanthropist and friend of the Foundation Mr. Ross Perot cut the ribbon signifying the grand opening of the Arthur D. Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation. Mr. Perot funded the establishment of the Simons Center to enhance interagency education and scholarship at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College...
TBT: CGSC Foundation Trustee Benny Lee plays his clarinet at one of many receptions he has hosted for the Foundation. Lee is noted for his entrepreneurial success, community leadership, and philanthropy, and was recognized as “Kansas City Philanthropist of the Year” in 2014. Recently the CGSC Foundation recognized Lee’s efforts by naming him their “Person of the Month.”