When Spelman trustee Ted Aronson and his wife made a $5 million gift to the school in 2006, they requested that scholarships issued from that endowment bear the names of several individuals significant to Spelman - including Flanigan. The school has plenty of needs, but who cares if there's air conditioning on campus if students can't afford to go there? Aronson is among more than 40 investment fund managers involved in Spelman's endowment and, according to Flanigan's estimate, currently handles a 1 percent si ice.
Longevity, Loyalty, Results Lydia Lum Diverse Issues in Higher Education; Jun 11, 2009; 26, 9; Docstoc pg. 9 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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