The gift report

James H. Hatch (MACCT ’72), of White Stone, Va., has given $110,000 to support various endowments within the Department of Accounting and Information Systems and the Pamplin College of Business.

Robert H. Digges (BAD ’59), of McLean, Va., has provided $100,000 to the Robert H. Digges Professorship in Entrepreneurial Studies.

Jorge Del Alamo (ACCT ’69) and his wife, Lin Del Alamo, of Corpus Christi, Texas, have pledged $75,000 to partially fund an endowment supporting Pamplin’s ethics symposium speaker series.

Robert F. Hogan Jr., (ACCT ’78, MACCT ’80), of Houston, Texas, has pledged $75,000 to partially fund an endowment supporting Pamplin’s ethics symposium speaker series.

Altria Client Services, of Richmond, Va., has contributed $68,000 toward several Pamplin initiatives, including the LEAP program for incoming freshmen, the Business Diversity Center, the Pamplin social media program, the Department of Business Information Technology, and the Business Leadership Center.

David Calhoun (ACCT ’79), and his wife, Barbara Calhoun, of New Canaan, Conn., have given $62,000 to the David L. Calhoun Fund for Excellence in Accounting and Information Systems, providing unrestricted support to the department.

Christopher Shean (ACCT ’87), and his wife, Lesley Shean (ELED ’88), of Castle Rock, Colo., contributed gifts totaling $61,462, divided between the Richard E. Sorensen Dean’s Chair and the Department of Accounting and Information Systems.

Deloitte & Touche, LLP, of Wilton, Conn., has pledged $50,000 in support of the Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics.

William W. Erskine Jr. (GBUS ’83), of Glen Allen, Va., has pledged a generous bequest to the Pamplin College of Business.


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