Whether you are the parent of a current student, member of the business community, or an alum who wants to give back to the community that helped shape your career, your investment in the Eller College makes business education at the UA even greater.

Follow this space as we tell the stories of the friends who have made Eller greater for future generations of business students:

 

Karl EllerKarl Eller, ‘52
Rarely has the nature of an academic institution so closely reflected the personal character and professional achievement of its greatest benefactor. Karl Eller’s enterprising spirit, his capacity for innovation, and his drive to distinguish his own life by contributing to the development of his community make him a true namesake.


Lydia Buchanan and studentLydia Buchanan, ‘78
When Lydia Buchanan graduated with her accounting degree from the UA, she scanned the program and found just a handful of other women in her class of about 60.


Tommy Fusco, '83Tommy Fusco, ’83
Tommy Fusco graduated from the UA with degrees in economics and finance in 1983. He is now managing director, equity coverage sales, with Credit Suisse in New York.


Norman P. McClelland and sister Francis HellenNorman P. McClelland, ’49, and Francis Helen ’44
Since 1992, the Eller College has been housed in McClelland Hall, named for the McClelland family, which founded Shamrock Foods Corporation. Shamrock chairman Norman P. McClelland and his sister Francis Helen are both alumni of the College.