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DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, has announced a $20 million gift from alumni Steve and Karen (Ogren) Sanger to establish a leadership development initiative.

The Sanger Leadership Initiative will bring together DePauw’s established co-curricular centers — the Robert C. McDermond Center for Management and Entrepreneurship, the Eugene S. Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media, the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, the Kathryn F. Hubbard Center for Student Engagement, the Justin and Darrianne Christian Center for Diversity and Inclusion, the Tenzer Technology Center and Visualization Laboratory, the Hartman Center for Civic Education, and the 21st Century Musician Initiative — with the goal of making co-curricular leadership learning opportunities available to all students regardless of major or whether they are enrolled in a fellows program. The initiative also will support experiential programs that will teach leadership skills and enable students to apply them; bring a variety of leaders from the private sector to campus to speak and work with students; and establish and sustain connections to other universities, including post-graduate opportunities.


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