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February 11th, 2005
During a Finance Committee meeting among some of Purdue’s Board of Trustee members on Thursday, Morgan Olsen, executive vice president and treasurer, gave an update on the OnePurdue project, an all encompassing set of software meant to incorporate all of the University’s business and financial dealings.
The committee approved a request by James Almond, vice president of business services and assistant treasurer, to use $1,000,000 in gift money for equipment to be used in the Birck Nanotechnology Center.
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