Dominion Foundation funds new classroom

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September 30, 2008

1:25 AM

The Dominion Foundation awarded the College of William and Mary’s Mason School of Business $350,000 for a classroom in the new Alan B. Miller Hall. The Foundation announced the financial gift at a Sept. 25 reception.

The Dominion Foundation is a branch of Dominion, an energy transportation company headquartered in Virginia. The company currently operates in 11 states and donates $20 million a year to the College’s Institute for Marine Science and the business school’s consulting program.

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