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Generous $1 Million Gift Elevates Apparel Design Collections

A jacket in the Goldstein Museum of Design collection.

Close friends of the College of Design have committed $1 million for an endowment to create a named faculty position. This generous gift will provide an ongoing source of funding to support a faculty member who will further the scholarship related to historic dress and curate the historic dress collection in the Goldstein Museum of Design.

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Thank You For Your Support: 101 and Counting

>> January 6, 2014Thank you! Because of alumni and friends like you, we met our goal and have raised nearly $10,000 in honor of the School of Architecture Centennial. I am so proud of all that our community has accomplished these past 100years and I thank you for your support, advocacy, and leadership. We will use your gifts to award the first scholarship of the next century, given to an undergraduate just starting their education in architecture, this fall.We will be sure to update you with news on the lucky recipient and our architecture program. In the meantime, stay connected with us at design.umn.edu, on Facebook, and Twitter. Centennial Challenge contributions are still coming through the mail. If you missed the chance to give, you…

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A Debt-Free Semester Next Fall?

[Update: April 8, 2013]Thank You for supporting Design without Debt! Because of gifts from alumni and friends like you, one lucky student will soon receive a scholarship to cover a whole semester of tuition! You’ve given one more student an incredible opportunity – the freedom to focus on education.We will be sure to update you and our blog later this spring with news on the lucky recipient of the Design without Debt scholarship. If you missed the chance to give, you can still contribute to scholarships at z.umn.edu/designscholars.Regards,Tom Fisher, Professor and Dean, College of Design [Update: March 29, 2013]We need you now. We’re close to meeting our goal to raise $6,250 – the full cost of one semester of undergraduate tuition – and every gift…

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