“It’s just who she is,” said Bohnett. “She is really all about the students and the faculty. Of course it’s not just that — she’s a very substantive leader — but with a lot of compassion and humanity.”
Bohnett said despite a continued long road ahead, he and several others never lost hope, and were just waiting for a deep commitment.
Spending a month down in Cambridge was a commitment for sure, but the dedicated professors and talented colleagues from all over the world made it extra special.
This year’s selected Honorees were chosen based on the recommendation of the Center’s Special Honors Advisory Committee, which is chaired by David Bohnett.
Members of the UC Riverside campus community joined together on July 2 to celebrate the
The fellowship is provided by the David Bohnett Foundation and the Victory Institute.
An in-depth interview with David Bohnett has been published on OutWords. OUTWORDS is the first
Sometimes it seems as if mass shootings—at schools, offices and even churches—have become the “new
Baumer’s sentiments speak to donors’ timeless affinity for the residential college experience.
The LGBTQ summit’s dinner honoree was USC alum and trustee, David Bohnett