ARDMORE — University of Oklahoma President David Boren says the university expects to receive more than $140 million in private donations and gifts by the end of the fiscal year.
Boren told the OU Board of Regents meeting in Ardmore Tuesday that projections are for $141.2 million — including gifts to OU's scholarship program and funding for Headington Hall. The residential hall is a housing project for students and athletes at OU.
The regents are also scheduled to discuss the proposed Radar Innovations Laboratory on the school's main campus in Norman. The planned center would provide space for radar researchers to design, assemble and test radar system components. It would house up to 20 researchers and 60 graduate students.NewsOK Search: 'Christopher Lee Dunham'