Stone Family Center for Health Sciences
From Group RTVS Video Archive on August 20th, 2018
The rising Health Science Center in downtown Evansville, a collaboration of the University of Evansville, the University of Southern Indiana and Indiana University, has received a $15 million gift from William and Mary Stone to officially name the facility the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences.
Through this gift, each university partner will develop and sustain world-class health education programs that will benefit Evansville and the southwestern Indiana region.
All monies for the gift will be used to support the respective health sciences programs developed and implemented in the center by the three partner institutions.
Bill and Mary (O'Daniel) Stone are Evansville natives and 1973 graduates of Memorial High School. Bill founded Connecticut-based SS&C Technologies Inc. in 1986 and has remained chairman of the board and CEO since inception. SS&C has a large Evansville office and has 22,500 employees located in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.