Endowments Grow From Chalkboards to the Sidelines (The New York Times)


[[{“type”:“media”,“view_mode”:“media_large”,“fid”:null,“attributes”:{“class”:“media-image alignright size-full wp-image-1606”,“typeof”:“foaf:Image”,“style”:“”,“width”:“100”,“height”:“100”,“alt”:“New York Times”}}]]In an article that examines endowed collegiate football coaching positions, The New York Times highlights Henry M. Paulson Jr. ’68, who, in 2000, endowed Dartmouth’s Robert L. Blackman Endowed Coaching Position in honor of his former coach.

The Times notes that Paulson is the former treasury secretary and Goldman Sachs chairman, and was an offensive lineman at Dartmouth from 1965 to 1967. Paulson told the Times, “It was only after I looked back after having spent time in the financial world and the business world that I realized how much I had learned, and so many others had learned from him, in terms of life lessons.”

Read the full story, published 8/27/12 in The New York Times.

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