Highlights from 20002001
An $8.2 million gift from the Roy F. and Joann Cole Mitte Foundation
to expand the honors program and offer 60 undergraduate and 15
MBA achievement-based scholarships per year.
A $7 million commitment from Roger and Tina Blackwell to name
the executive residence The
Roger D. Blackwell Inn at Fisher College.
A $1 million Nationwide Foundation Innovation Fund to enhance
the colleges executive education programs.
A $25,000 gift from Thomas L. and Mary Wheeler to promote MBA
internships through interaction with corporate executives. The
Wheeler family has committed nearly $1.5 million to Fisher building
and programmatic activities.
|The Fisher College of Business
has made great strides in building its resources in the past
decade. With the conclusion of a successful $100 million campaign
last year, the college continues to attract and retain the
finest faculty and students. In concert with the universitys
academic plan, the college is committed to continue building
its endowment in five primary areas: 1) faculty recruitment
and retention, 2) innovative teaching and course development,
3) MBA fellowship and program support, 4) leading edge executive
education programs, and 5) undergraduate enrichment programs.
These are vital if the Fisher College is to continue to build
its reputation and value.
Giving Report continued
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