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Lincoln College gains development insight
at Notre Dame    
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[OCT. 14, 2004]  Lincoln College President Ronald L. Schilling and Dave Brownell, Lincoln College Normal director of development, gathered new ideas on the topic of fund-raising from a recent meeting with the University of Notre Dame president, the Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C. 

Schilling said Father Malloy introduced Lou Nanni, vice president of university relations, who gave them a tour of the development operation at Notre Dame and shared ideas on how they are raising funds for new buildings and programs.

"Development is an integral department for all colleges and universities, and Lincoln College gained valuable insight from the president of one of the nation's most renowned universities," said Schilling. Father Malloy shared new fund-raising concepts that will benefit the college's annual fund, he said.

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"I am honored to have been invited to meet with Father Malloy, and I feel that Lincoln College will benefit from the innovative ideas that were shared with our development team," Schilling said.

Father Malloy, who is familiar with Lincoln College's history as the oldest private two-year college in Illinois, invited Schilling and Brownell, a Notre Dame alum, to campus to exchange ideas on development and planned giving. 

[Lincoln College news release]

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