IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs Renamed
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana University President Michael McRobbie has announced a name change for the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. The school will be renamed the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in recognition of O'Neill's career and his $30 million gift to the school.
Both the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campus schools and reflect the renaming.
O'Neill's donation will establish the Paul H. O'Neill Center on Leadership in Public Service, a dean's initiatives fund, three faculty chair positions, five professorships, a fellowship program for master's, doctoral and postdoctoral students and a scholarship program.
"I am honored to now have the opportunity to give back to this exemplary institution, which means so much to me. My hope is that the school remains a place of excellence where future leaders can combine passion with action and develop the confidence they need to engage with society's greatest challenges and opportunities." O'Neill said in a news release.