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MIIS Honors Supporters with New Donor Recognition Wall
April 23, 2012
Supporters of the Monterey Institute have the opportunity to maintain a constant, highly visible presence on the campus after the April 20 unveiling of the Institute’s new donor recognition wall. Located in the McCone Building atrium -- a major campus hub -- the wall lists all donors during the previous fiscal year, with individual high-level donors highlighted in colorful panels. The centerpiece of the new installation is an interactive touchscreen offering access to text and video stories showcasing the achievements of MIIS students, faculty and staff, and explaining how donor support has helped them.
Members of the MIIS Board of Governors, the International Leadership Council, and the eMIISsaries attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was presided over by Board Chair Bill Kieffer, Board Advancement Committee Chair David Benjamin, and President Sunder Ramaswamy. For more information about this new program, visit the Corporate Roundtable page or contact Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations Kathy Joyce at email@example.com.
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