Professor Emeritus of History William B. Crawley, Jr. and Dr. Theresa Young Crawley have generously given to UMW and have established both an endowed and annual non-endowed scholarship. Theresa graduated from Mary Washington in 1977, and received a master’s degree in anatomy and a doctorate in dentistry from the Medical College of Virginia. She is a past president of the Alumni Association and is a current member of the UMW Foundation Board and the Board of Visitors. Under her leadership, the Alumni Association created the Washington Scholars program. William B. Crawley Jr. retired in 2008 after 40 years of service with the UMW history department. During his tenure, he founded and directed the Center for Historic Preservation, served as Historian of the University, and received numerous awards for excellence in teaching. He currently serves as the Director of the Chappell Great Lives Lecture Series. In 2002 a Washington Scholarship was named in their honor.