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Friday, January 14, 2011
by The Associated Press
The Associated Press
The Huntington school said Thursday that money for its research trust fund was helped by end-of-year gifts in December.
Marshall is hoping to raise $15 million in private funds by March 2013 to support its research programs.
The private contributions will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the state's West Virginia Research Trust Fund for a total impact of up to $30 million at Marshall.
West Virginia created the trust fund in 2008 to promote world-class research at the state's leading universities.
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