Edinburgh Napier University - Giving generously

August 12, 2010

A group of leading Edinburgh business figures have donated nearly £1 million to fund the development of a new campus. Edinburgh Napier University's Sighthill campus, to be opened later this year, has won funding from donors including former Ethicon managing director Lindsay Stewart, Thomas Tunnock Ltd, the Barr Charitable Trust and philanthropists Roger and Jean Miller. The campus will be home to Edinburgh Napier's new Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences and will feature a five-storey library and a sports facility.

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