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Cisco Chairman donates $31 million for UW building renovation

The University of Wisconsin-Madisons Education Building, which originally housed the College of Mechanics and Engineering has been unfinished for 104 years, but thanks to a $31 million alumni gift the university will modernize and complete the building, one of Bascom Hills signature historic landmarks.

John P. and Tashia F. Morgridge, both UW-Madison alumni, hope the Education Building ca......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 05/19/04


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