AT&T is helping N.C. A&T State University.
The telecommunications giant announced Wednesday a grant of $780,000 worth of computer equipment to the Greensboro university. The equipment includes 24 StarLAD-10 personal computer work stations to furnish a laboratory in the university's engineering department and 20 similar work stations for the School of Technology.``We are tremendously pleased with this magnificent display of support and confidence in this great university as manifested by this grant of more than $700,000 in equipment,' said Edward B. Fort, A&T's chancellor.
AT&T's contributions to N.C. A&T since 1985 now exceed $1.78 million.
``It is our sincere hope that this equipment will enhance the university learning experience and facilitate technological breakthroughs in the future,' said Joe S. Colson, executive director for the Switching Technology Division of AT&T's Bell Laboratories.