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United States by the Numbers

"It's not just bricks and mortar, it's the kind of transformation that goes on within the buildings, in the context between faculty and students, and among students. Those are the things that matter." – Frank H.T. Rhodes, President Emeritus, Cornell University

  • 1983 First
  • 43 Capital Projects
  • $1.1 Billion Granted

United States

Supporting higher education to help “pay forward” the opportunities that Chuck Feeney received—support to students, professors, scientists, doctors, patients, researchers and the many others who benefit—is the basis of most every Atlantic capital project.

Cornell University

While Chuck Feeney’s name is not on a single building on Cornell’s campus, his imprint is everywhere.

New York City - Roosevelt Island
Cornell University Tech Campus

The applied science and engineering campus will rival Silicon Valley, in large part because Atlantic kick-started the first phase of construction with a $350 million grant.

Stanford University Medical Center

Atlantic has supported three major buildings, including the James H. Clark Center for Biomedical Engineering and Sciences—home to Stanford Bio-X, which brings together 700 medical sciences and engineering faculty members for groundbreaking collaborative research.

San Francisco
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Mission Bay Campus

“The healing power of UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay extends beyond the hospitals’ walls, as clinicians and researchers work side by side to accelerate medical breakthroughs and transform the delivery of health care,” said Sam Hawgood, MBBS, UCSF chancellor.

Washington, DC
National Museum of African American History and Culture

New since book publication: To promote racial equity, Atlantic supported the creation of the nation's first public museum on the African-American experience and the country’s racial history. Photo: NMAAHC