Local bank commits $100K to UMass Dartmouth business school

PICTURED IN THE University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s new Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion to commemorate the $100,000 gift from Mechanics Cooperative Bank are, from left: Kathryn Carter, dean of the Charlton College of Business; Robert E. Johnson, chancellor of UMass Dartmouth; and Joseph T. Baptista Jr., president and CEO of Mechanics Cooperative Bank, which committed $100,000 in support of the new space and the university as a whole. / COURTESY MECHANICS COOPERATIVE BANK
PICTURED IN THE University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s new Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion to commemorate the $100,000 gift from Mechanics Cooperative Bank are, from left: Kathryn Carter, dean of the Charlton College of Business; Robert E. Johnson, chancellor of UMass Dartmouth; and Joseph T. Baptista Jr., president and CEO of Mechanics Cooperative Bank, which committed $100,000 in support of the new space and the university as a whole. / COURTESY MECHANICS COOPERATIVE BANK
TAUNTON – The Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth received a $100,000 commitment from Mechanics Cooperative Bank, according to a fall release by the bank. Mechanics Cooperative Bank President and CEO Joseph T. Baptista Jr. said in prepared remarks: “The new business school space will facilitate innovation and entrepreneurship…

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