Brent Giles (left), BankLiberty president and chief executive officer, presents a $75,000 check to Greg Gunderson, Ph.D., Park University president, to go toward the University’s new School of Business building, which will be known as the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center. BankLiberty’s commitment will help fund a large classroom space in the building, known as the BankLiberty Classroom.
“BankLiberty is honored to further strengthen its relationship with Park University through this partnership for the School of Business,” said Giles. Exceptional, cutting-edge education is important to our region’s success, and this commitment helps Park continue to demonstrate its leadership in that success. The gift provides BankLiberty with a unique opportunity to demonstrate its commitment to the economic and educational development in the Northland.”
The Plaster Center is planned to be built on the University’s flagship campus in Parkville, Mo., on the east side of the University’s main entrance. Fundraising and planning for the building continues, with groundbreaking anticipated in 2018. For more information or to support the building project, contact Nathan Marticke, associate vice president for university advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org / (816) 584-6844.