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IMP Group chairman donates $15 million to Dalhousie University business school

HALIFAX – A prominent Nova Scotia businessman has donated $15 million to Dalhousie University’s School of Business Administration.

The donation by Ken Rowe, chairman of IMP Group International, is the largest to the university by a Nova Scotian.

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The university says the money will be used to launch new programs, offer scholarships to high-potential business students and support business research.

Peggy Cunningham, Dalhousie’s dean of management, says the donation will be transformative for the business school and help it achieve a higher standard of excellence.

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