Dr. Rob Havers Named Foundation President - April 2014

Following an extensive national search, Dr. Rob Havers has been selected president of the George C. Marshall Foundation. He is the current executive director of The National Churchill Museum and vice president for the Churchill Institute at Westminster College, located in Fulton, Missouri. Dr. Havers will begin his new assignment in Lexington on May 12. Read More

Marshall Plan Speech Exhibit Joins Google Cultural Institute - Feb 2014

U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall’s address that launched the promise of economic assistance to Europe following World War II has become a featured addition to the Google Cultural Institute. Read More

Foundation to Host Middle East Lecture - October 2013


Middle East expert Mona Yacoubian will discuss the current state of affairs in the Middle East on Oct. 2 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Pogue Auditorium.  The public is invited to attend.  There is no charge.


Titled “Keeping the ‘Arab Spring’ Alive: Important Insights for Supporting the Arab Transitions,” her lecture will include a recap of the Pathways to Progress project she directs for the Stimson Center and the Marshall Foundation.  The Pathways project held its first international conference in Tunis in June to bring together business and government leaders in north Africa to address “Economic Integration in the Maghreb” using key tenets of the Marshall Plan as a focal point for discussing regional economic issues. Read More

Marshall Papers Project Receives Two Prestigious Awards - Sep 2013


The George C. Marshall Foundation project that has produced six volumes of The Papers of George Catlett Marshall has been recognized for editorial excellence by two prestigious organizations. Read More

NHPRC Funds Marshall Papers Project - May 2013

National Historic Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) has awarded the Marshall Foundation continuing support of $33,000 in the 2013-2014 year for editing and preparing for publication volume 7, the final volume of The Papers of George Catlett Marshall.  Volume 7 is expected to be published in 2015. NHPRC has been a significant contributor to the project since 1977.  Read More


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