Kaneb Center receives gift from Notre Dame Credit Union

by Dennis Brown

The Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Notre Dame has received a $16,000 gift from the Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (NDFCU) to fund the center’s lending library and programs for new faculty. It is the third such gift from NDFCU in as many years.p. Founded in 1996 and located in DeBartolo Hall, the Kaneb Center enhances student learning at Notre Dame by assisting faculty and teaching assistants in their teaching roles. The center’s lending library provides faculty with resource books, videos, periodicals and cassette tapes on topics related to teaching and learning, assessment, tenure and evaluation.p. The Kaneb Center was created by a gift from John A. Kaneb, a Notre Dame trustee since 1980 and the chairman and chief executive officer of Gulf Oil and other family-controlled companies.p. NDFCU was established in 1941, with the faculty, staff and students of the University as its primary field of membership. It now serves almost 400 member groups, including Saint Mary’s College, Holy Cross College, several local Catholic parishes, the major hospitals in the area, and others. NDFCU has seven full service branches, two walk-up facilities and 23 ATMs. The main office is located on the north side of the Notre Dame campus, on Douglas Road.p.

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