Dr. John Koza makes a gift of $12.7M to MSU’s College of Engineering and the BEACON Science and Technology Center
December 8, 2016
John R. Koza, considered the "father of genetic programming," has donated $12.7 million to the Michigan State University College of Engineering and the BEACON Science and Technology Center. This is the largest gift in the history of the university. To find out more about the donation, please click here.
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