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June 6th, 2007

UCSB Gets $12.5 Million from Elings

Abstract:
The California NanoSystems Institute at UCSB received $12.5 million from Virgil Elings and Betty Elings Wells, the largest gift that has been given to The Campaign for UCSB, which is looking to raise $500 million for the future of the university. The contribution brings the total amount raised by the campaign to $415 million.

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