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Single largest gift in Miami University’s history to support business school. A $40 million gift from alumni and longtime supporters Richard "Dick" and Joyce Farmer and the Farmer Family Foundation will support all areas of the Farmer School of Business, including faculty, students, emerging programs, and curricula enhancements. In 1992, the Farmers provided the lead gift to the School of Business, and in 2005 the Farmer Family Foundation was the lead donor to a campaign supporting construction of its new building.
Trott gift helps support University of Chicago’s Careers in Business program. A $10 million gift to the University of Chicago from University Trustee Byron D. Trott and his wife, Tina, will help support and expand the UChicago Careers in Business Program, which will be renamed the Trott Business Program. The Trott Business Program aims to increase the career development opportunities available to undergraduate students interested in business, providing more than 600 students with invaluable business education, experience and mentoring. The three-year program brings together the capabilities of the College, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the Office of Career Advancement, and the University’s alumni community to help students develop professionally.