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Help build the Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library's Business Collection by contributing to an endowment fund:

School of Business Administration Book Endowment Fund: Designed as a general fund used for print and electronic sources in the fields of finance, marketing, management, accounting, economics, international business, decision sciences, and business ethics. The fund can be used for monographs, serials, periodicals, databases.

 John W. Snyder Book Endowment Fund: Designed to collect in the field of international business, and in particular international finance.

 Louis E. Seibold Book Endowment Fund: Designed for purchase of books on foreign trade, generally current books on shipping and shipping procedures, chartering, foreign trade procedures, and international banking .

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