Calling for Alumni Updates!



Calling for Alumni Updates!
Beginning in the Fall 2020 edition of the CGSC Foundation News magazine, we began highlighting personal updates from our alumni around the world. Our Spring 2022 edition of the magazine is coming soon and we’d like to hear from you! We’d like to continue seeing and sharing what our alumni… Read More

Spring is here…



Spring is here…
CGSC Foundation Alumni, Friends, and Supporters – Greetings from Fort Leavenworth. As we transition into spring, you can see in the lead stories and scheduled events sections of our website that our Foundation continues to execute our mission in support of the College and the greater Fort Leavenworth community. Our… Read More

Foundation earns increased Candid and Charity Navigator ratings for nonprofit operations



Foundation earns increased Candid and Charity Navigator ratings for nonprofit operations
The CGSC Foundation recently earned its “Gold Seal of Transparency” from Candid (formerly known as “Guidestar”) and the “Give with Confidence” 89/100 Rating from Charity Navigator. Candid is a nonprofit organization that connects people with other nonprofits by providing information and evaluation on those nonprofits’ operations. Candid maintains data on… Read More

Foreign aid is topic of latest brown-bag lecture



Foreign aid is topic of latest brown-bag lecture
The sixth presentation of the InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture Series for CGSC academic year 2022 was conducted March 22, in Marshall Auditorium of the Lewis and Clark Center on Fort Leavenworth.  CGSC Foundation President/CEO Rod Cox provided welcoming remarks and introduced Dr. Mark Sorensen, the CGSC Distinguished Chair for Development Studies.… Read More

Secretary of the Army visits CGSC



Secretary of the Army visits CGSC
Secretary of the U.S. Army Christine Wormuth visited the Command and General Staff College on March 21, 2022. The highlight of her visit was speaking to CGSC students, faculty and staff about the role of the Army, lessons learned in Ukraine, and the importance of positive command climates in Eisenhower… Read More

Russian military capabilities topic of latest Arter-Rowland National Security Forum



Russian military capabilities topic of latest Arter-Rowland National Security Forum
The CGSC Foundation’s Simons Center hosted an Arter-Rowland National Security Forum luncheon event on March 17, 2022, at the Carriage Club in Kansas City. Simons Center Director Bob Ulin welcomed the ARNSF members, some of whom also introduced their guests, and then introduced retired Col. Matt Dimmick who provided the… Read More