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February 21st, 2007

Wachovia donates to Forsyth Tech nano program

Abstract:
The Wachovia Foundation has pledged $500,000 to Forsyth Technical Community College to support the school's unique nanotechnology work force development program, according to an announcement.

As a result, the school's 55,000-square-foot building in the Piedmont Triad Research Park currently scheduled to open in 2009 will include space for the Wachovia Nanotechnology Center, which will house what is currently the only nanotechnology degree program offered in the southeastern United States.

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