Gregory Crawford, president of Miami University in Ohio, has announced that the university received a $40 million gift for the Farmer School of Business.
The donation comes from Dick and Joyce Farmer and the
Farmer Family Foundation.
“We have such wonderful memories here, Joyce and I, as do
our children and grandchildren,” Dick Farmer, former chairman and CEO at Cintas Corp CEO, said. “The Farmer School is one of the greatest undergraduate business
schools in the country, and to remain great requires constant innovation.”
The gift will support the business school, including
faculty, students and programs.
“The incredible commitment and generosity the Farmers have
to their alma mater speaks volumes,” Crawford said. “It’s this type of vision
and leadership that will position Miami at the forefront in groundbreaking
programs and solutions that enable all students to excel in the fast-changing
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