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Campaign Update

Highlights from the 1999–2000 Capital Campaign:

Completion of Phase II buildings (Schoenbaum, Mason and Pfahl halls) in the $120 million construction project

Dedication ceremonies celebrating the opening of Phase II buildings, October 1999

Naming of the Raymond E. Mason Resource Center and the Daniel Everett Edwards Reading Room

Campaign gifts from the Ford Motor Company totaling $3.25 million

Conclusion of the college fundraising campaign with over $94.5 million in gifts and pledges from private donations

Recognition of Fisher and Gerlach halls for their outstanding design by the American School & University magazine

A highlight of the dedication activities last year included a keynote address by former President Gerald R. Ford on “Achieving and Maintaining Global Prosperity: The Partnership between Government and Business.” Ford’s visit was made possible by the Fisher Council on Global Trade and Technology, a fund established in 1998 with a $1 million gift from Leslie H. and Abigail Wexner in honor of Max M. Fisher.

Endowment funds approved by the university Board of Trustees during the 1999–2000 fiscal year:

The John W. Berry, Sr. Chair in Business

The John W. Berry, Sr. Fund for Faculty Excellence

The Roderick H. (Ric) Dillon MBA Fellowship Fund

The Fisher Council on Global Trade & Technology Fund

The Kenneth B. and Ednah Y. Fishpaw Innovation Fund Endowment

The HER Realtors Fund in Real Estate

The John D. (Jack) and Mary Lambert PhD Award

Robert D. Lowrie Innovation Fund Endowment

The Farnham E. Mosley Scholarship Fund

Jerry N. Ulrich Undergraduate Scholarship Fund

Daniel Westerbeck Teaching Excellence Endowment Fund

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