The building was made possible thanks to a gift from Gerald P. Fahy ’79 and Cathleen A. Fahy, the largest personal gift in Muhlenberg College history.
The gift will increase the number of students who can participate in the program, extend the duration of the program and support the program’s writing components.
Dozens of Muhlenberg students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered on November 3 to celebrate the project milestone.
Being taught how to learn while a Muhlenberg undergraduate was a catalyst of Bruce Bird’s, Ph.D., professional adaptability during an enriching and ongoing 30+-year career in the pharmaceutical industry. The Muhlenberg College Board of Trustees member values his liberal arts education that encouraged him to figure things out on his own and determine solutions.
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