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A two-time graduate of Concordia made a planned gift estimated at $2 million toward a future endowment to support undergraduate students, regardless of faculty, who have overcome hardship and exhibit financial need.

Joseph Pataki, BEng 74, president and co-founder of Quad Engineering, pledged $125,000 to fund an annual scholarship for women international students enrolled in engineering programs at the Gina Cody School.

Louis Tanguay, BComm 75, LLD 18, made a planned gift of $100,000 in support of Concordia’s Greatest Needs.

The Altus Group provided software licenses worth more than $1 million. The gift will be used by real-estate finance students.

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