-- A gift of $350,000 has been allocated to establish The JP and Danyele
Garnier Fellowship Fund in the Graduate School of Business. This fund
will provide a permanent legacy from which regular income will be used
to underwrite tuition and fees of deserving candidates pursuing an MBA.
-- A gift of $150,000 has been allocated to establish The JP and Danyele
Garnier Fellowship Fund in the Graduate School of Business Summer
Institute in Entrepreneurship Program. The fund will enable Stanford
Business School to support students in a unique four-week program that
provides non-business school graduate students with a background in
business management fundamentals in finance, marketing, and accounting,
through a highly-interactive experience that also helps develop
foundational business skills, such as developing a business plan,
public speaking, and leadership.
"Not only has JP Garnier's leadership had a significant impact on GSK, it has also been felt by individuals around the world-from the establishment of the GSK African Malaria Partnership and the quest to eliminate lymphatic filariasis in the developing world, to countless community partnerships," Sir Christopher said. "JP Garnier has led GSK in its challenging and inspiring mission: to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better, and live longer. It is our hope that the recipients of these endowments will go on to do the same in their chosen fields."
GlaxoSmithKline, one of the world's leading research-based
pharmaceutical and health care companies, is committed to improving the
quality of human life by
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