Late chemistry professor's estate leaves Wichita State $2.2 million
Nov 1, 2013 9:37 AM | Print
An estate gift to the Wichita State University Foundation from the late Erach Talaty is believed to be the largest ever given to the university by a current or former faculty or staff member, said James J. Rhatigan, consultant to the WSU Foundation.
Talaty was a highly regarded chemistry professor at WSU from 1969 until his death last June at the age of 86. His bequest to Wichita State will result in a gift approaching $2.2 million, Rhatigan said.
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