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Goldman, Sachs & Co. gives students room to learn with financial gift

Last fall, Goldman, Sachs & Co. fulfilled its pledge to name a study group room in the Donald P. Jacobs Center. This is one of many ways the company has supported the Kellogg School financially. It also has committed to sponsoring several student initiatives for the current academic year, including the Women's Business Association, the Finance Conference and the Black Management Association.

"Our business is about trust and judgment," said John Gilbertson, managing director at the firm. "Kellogg alumni at Goldman Sachs have built close, trusting relationships with their clients and colleagues. They have consistently made good decisions and provided sound advice, which our clients need and expect.

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"We are most grateful for the outstanding support and talent we have received from Kellogg, and we want to express our appreciation by returning the favor, if only in a small way. Hence, we are delighted to support the important learning facilities available to students in the Jacobs Center." 

Integral to Kellogg coursework, study group rooms provide space for students to develop group projects, case analyses and other assigned projects. Each room is equipped with computer connections and a blackboard. These rooms are in constant use, with students able to reserve them online.
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