Gartner Group Information Technology Fund
GA: support renovation of rooms in Engineering buildings used to educate students in information technology & other means as scholarship for students in Information Technology in Engineering.
With more than 20 years experience identifying and analyzing the trends and technologies that have shaped the course of business, Gartner Inc. (NYSE: IT and ITB) provides unrivaled thought leadership and strategic consulting services to more than 11,000 organizations worldwide.
Headquartered in Stamford, Con., Gartner helps its clients understand and capitalize on regional market opportunities within a larger global business context. The company boasts unparalleled international capabilities within the research and consulting community, established through 4,300 associates in more than 90 locations worldwide, including Johannesburg, London, New Delhi, Sao Paolo, Sydney, Tel Aviv and Tokyo.
Founded in 1979, Gartner achieved revenues of $952 million during the fiscal year 2001. The company reaches IT professionals through Gartner Research, its research and advisory unit; Gartner Consulting; Gartner Events, including Gartner’s renowned Symposia; and online at www.gartner.com.
Gartner seeks to support students in the College of Engineering interested in learning about information technology by donating funds to improve the college’s IT facilities and endowing scholarships in information technolog
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Don D. and Ruth S. Eckis Fund (A)
Charles and Mary Pitts Scholarship