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Monday November 10, 2003
Former UA dropout donates $10 million
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A 1962 UA dropout who finally completed his agriculture education degree in 2000 now has a building named after him.

Thomas W. Keating, a UA and Kappa Sigma alumnus, was revealed at Friday's groundbreaking ceremony as the secret $10 million donor for the Institute for Biomedical Science and Biotechnology.

Keating, who started at the university in 1960 and dropped out two years later to take over his family's security guard business, only to return decades later to complete his degree, smiled as President Peter Likins announced that the building would now be called the Thomas W. Keating BioResearch Building. [Read article]

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