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How to Support Brown University Athletics

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An alumnus of Brown University, Douglas Ebenstein studied economics and earned a bachelor of arts from his alma mater. While attending the university, Douglas Ebenstein competed on the men’s varsity ...

An alumnus of Brown University, Douglas Ebenstein studied economics and earned a bachelor of arts from his alma mater. While attending the university, Douglas Ebenstein competed on the men’s varsity tennis team. Doug Ebenstein continues to show his support for the school by regularly donating to Brown University athletics.

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    How to Support Brown University Athletics How to Support Brown University Athletics Presentation Transcript

    • By Douglas Ebenstein
    •  An alumnus of Brown University, Douglas Ebenstein studied economics and earned a bachelor of arts from his alma mater. While attending the university, Douglas Ebenstein competed on the men’s varsity tennis team. Doug Ebenstein continues to show his support for the school by regularly donating to Brown University athletics.
    •  Through the Brown University Sports Foundation, alumni and supporters of the school’s athletic programs can make monetary contributions. Funds received are used to maintain Brown University’s state-of-the-art facilities and build new venues such as the Berylson Family Fields and Pizzitola Sports Center. In addition, donor support allows the school to continue competing at Ivy League and national sports levels. Donations are essential for purchasing equipment, recruiting new student athletes, and funding training camps.
    •  A New England-based Ivy League institution, Brown University is the seventh-oldest university in the United States. Formerly named Rhode Island College, the university changed its name in 1804 to honor Nicholas Brown, a major donor to the school. Brown University is known for its innovative undergraduate course programs, which give students the freedom to create their own courses of study.