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EECS Fellowship Fund receives planned gift from Bauhahns

This instrument will be used to endow the Paul E. and Ruth E. Bauhahn Fellowship Fund to provide support to full-time graduate students studying electrical and computer engineering.| Short Read

Paul E. (MS EE ’69, MS Physics ’72, PhD EE ’77) and Ruth E. (MA ’74) Bauhahn of Fridley, Minnesota, have made a planned gift of $450,000 to establish the Ruth E. Bauhahn and Paul E. Bauhahn Charitable Remainder Unitrust. This instrument will be used to endow the Paul E. and Ruth E. Bauhahn Fellowship Fund to provide support to full-time graduate students studying electrical and computer engineering. Ruth retired from Medtronic. Paul retired from Honeywell.

This story was written by Byron Roberts. 

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