Cane Bay Partners founder David Johnson attended the University of West Georgia at a very formative time in his life, and his experience at the Richards College of Business was so important to him that he wanted to give something back.
And he has, again and again.
His most recent donation will ensure that his legacy will reverberate through generations to come at UWG. David has dedicated a significant legacy gift to the David A. Johnson Professor of Predictive Analytics endowment that he created in 2011 with the economics department at the Richards College of Business.
“The University of West Georgia has made such a tremendously positive impact on my life,” David said. “I was fortunate enough to receive scholarships that allowed me to attend college. I vowed to repay them and more so that other students would have the same opportunities that I had.”
David’s donation to the Applied Econometrics and Analytics Fund will allow students to receive an education in one of the most advanced programs in the nation, one of only two programs that offer SAS Certification for undergraduates. SAS software has a multitude of applications from data entry and forecasting to financial modeling and time series analysis and is used by almost every Fortune 500 company.
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