Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal covers Hagfors donation

Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal - logoThe Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal recently published an article covering the revelation that a previously unidentified $10 million donation toward the naming of the Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion had been given to Augsburg College by Norman and Evangeline Hagfors.

The donation originally was announced in early 2015, with the donors remaining unnamed until the recent groundbreaking ceremony. In a statement Evangeline Hagfors said, “Adding our name signals that we stand with Augsburg. We support the CSBR project and the many benefits it will provide faculty, students, and the Augsburg community.”

Read Augsburg identifies mystery donor who gave $10M cash for new center on the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal site.

CSBR donation garners media attention

CSBR2Augsburg College received an array of media coverage due to a $10 million donation made to the Center for Science, Business and Religion.

The donation will go toward naming a new building that will be used for the College’s biology, business, chemistry, computer science, math, physics, psychology, and religion programs.

Media coverage on the donation included the following:

Visit the CSBR site to learn more about the campaign.