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The Campaign for Leon

Several alumni and donors have made gifts and pledges to the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy and SDSU’s College of Business Administration in recent months.
By SDSU News Team
 

Gifts to The Campaign for SDSU support our students, but they also help the university recruit and retain outstanding faculty like associate professor H. Leon Chan.

An award-winning researcher in the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy, Chan teaches financial and managerial accounting to undergraduates and MBA students. His research examines the information systems for internal control and corporate strategy, as well as the interactions between corporate managers, shareholders and other stakeholders.

Chan has received both the Outstanding Faculty Award and the Stiefel Award from the College of Business Administration. He was also the recipient of the Distinguished Researcher Award at the Allied Academies’ International Conference in 2009.

Several alumni and donors have made gifts and pledges to the Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy and SDSU’s College of Business Administration (CBA) in recent months.

  • Alumnus Edmund D. Baxter gave $25,000 toward the Baxter Scholarship Endowment
  • 3-M Company gifted $31,000 for the 3-M Frontline Marketing Fund
  • Alumnus Monte H. Reed and his wife, Paula, gave $79,000 to the Marjorie and Neal Reed Memorial Scholarship and $21,000 to the Charles W. Lamden Accountancy Scholarship
  • Alumnus Fred Pierce, and his wife, Christine, pledged $2.8 million, to support many areas at SDSU, including CBA scholarships and the Page Pavilion renovation
  • Alumni Herb & Carol Mutter gave $50,000 to the Mutter Family Scholarship
  • Alumnus Lee Duran supported scholarships in the Charles Lamden School of Accountancy with a $25,000 gift.