Gift establishes endowed chair positions in vet medicine

Michigan State University receives $12.6 million estate gift to fund two new endowed chairs in its College of Veterinary Medicine.

The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine has received the largest single gift in its history: $12.6 million from the estate of the late alumnus Albert C. Dehn.

The gift will initially fund two new endowed chairs in the college's large animal clinical science and the pathobiology and diagnostic investigations departments, with a plan that the gift could eventually support four endowed positions.

After earning his veterinary degree from Michigan State in 1950

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