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Martha Miller

Martha Miller Center
for Global Communication

The Martha Miller Center for Global Communication houses the departments of communication and of modern and classical languages, as well as the offices of international education and multicultural life. It is also the location for the director of the college's new Center for Faithful Leadership program, which is currently under development. The 49,000 square foot building is named in honor of the late Martha Miller, who died in 1999 at age 96, in recognition of a $3 million leadership gift her family made on behalf of the project through her estate. The project totals $12 million.

Martha Muller '24 Miller was connected to Hope by generations of experience. Following her own time at the college as a student, all three of her children attended as did several of her grandchildren. In the weeks before her death at age 96, she had been making arrangements with her family to make a major gift to the college, with her children following through on her wishes after she had passed away. The building is named in her honor in recognition of the gift and the family's long-standing relationship with Hope.


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