.5 Million in Gifts Support Expansion of Initiatives in Computer Science

Previous Article Next Article Image 1 of 3 Neubauer and Liew families enhance UChicago’s ambitious approach to data-driven discovery Add to Favorites Contact Information <!– –>Available for logged-in reporters only<!– –> Newswise — Two gifts totaling $20.5 million will help initiate an ambitious effort to expand research and education in the University of Chicago’s Department of Computer Science and its connections to other areas of the University’s work, with support for faculty, graduate students and undergraduates. Joseph Neubauer, MBA’65, chairman of the University’s Board of Trustees, and his wife, Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer have made a $10.5 million commitment. John Liew, AB’89, MBA’94, PhD’95, and a member of the Board of Trustees, and his wife Serena Liew, Lab’85, AB’89, are donating $10 million toward the initiative.The gifts will expand resources for faculty…


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