ANDERSON, Ind. —
Young said he hopes the school will become a resource — a highly-skilled pool of graduates, who might one day come to work for Keihin.
Over two-thirds of AU grads go on to work in Indiana, "but we want that number to go higher," said Provost Dr. Marie Morris, who accepted the check at the ceremony with AU President Dr. James Edwards.
"We're looking very much forward to that relationship (Keihin will have) with our engineering students," she said.
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