October 1, 2022 has been declared Knauss School of Business Day in the City of San Diego. The office of San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria ’00 (BA) made the announcement last Saturday at the grand opening of the Knauss Center for Business Education.
“The mayor is a proud USD alumnus and it was great that he declared this the Knauss School of Business Day,” said USD President James T. Harris III, DEd after the event. rice field.
The evening ceremony featured several speeches, an impressive laser light show projected onto the front of the building, and a tour of the new facility. tape cut August 4th. It was attended by USD board members, administrators, donors, community partners, representatives from the mayor’s office, and of course Don and Ellie Her Nows.
University of San Diego Board Chairman Don Knauss (former CEO of Clorox) and wife Ellie donate $50 million to fund construction of new 120,000-square-foot facility, as well as name the Knauss School of Business donated.
“Don and Ellie, we are honored to have this beautiful new building and our business school named after Knauss,” Harris said in his speech. “Thank you for your generosity and, more importantly, your commitment and belief in the power of education to transform lives and societies.”
Ellie Knauss said, “This evening is the culmination of Don and my belief that education is a great equalizer.
— USD News Center