Anthony and Christie de Nicola of Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, are gifting $10 million to Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. Parents of two recent Notre Dame graduates, the de Nicolas have a history of involvement with the university.
The center will use the funds to supplement its work forming and mentoring Notre Dame students, engaging in interdisciplinary programming and research, and promoting a culture of life worldwide through teaching, exchange and service.
“For two decades, the Center for Ethics and Culture has played a critical role in fostering dialogue both on our campus and in our broader society, especially around issues involving human dignity and the common good,” Notre Dame’s president, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. told Notre Dame News. “This tremendously generous gift from Tony and Christie will allow us to expand the reach of the center. We at Notre Dame are truly grateful.”
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