Call family donates to business school
By Catherine Bennett
Students enrolled in the Huntsman School of Business will see a revamping of their current advising and career services offices due to a $1.75 million gift given to the school by the Call Family Foundation.
This gift will also create several $5,000 scholarships, 10 per year, for students with high GPAs. The total sum of the gift going toward scholarships is $750,000, which will allow the scholarship to continue for the next 15 years, said Dave Patel, assistant dean of career and student services in the Huntsman School of Business.
The Call Family Foundation gave the same gift to the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business. This foundation was established through FJ Management, Inc., joint-owner of national truck stop chain Pilot Flying J.
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