Jerome L. Greene

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Jerome L. "Jerry" Greene (died 1999) was a New York lawyer, real estate investor, and philanthropist. In 2006, the Jerome L. Greene Foundation donated $200 million to Columbia University, the largest gift that the school had ever received, to establish The Jerome L. Greene Science Center.

Greene graduated from Columbia College in 1926 and Columbia Law School in 1928.[1]

Over the years, Jerome Greene and his wife Dawn contributed over $40 million to Columbia Law School as well as significant contributions to WNYC public radio. The WNYC Greene Space was named in his honor. [2]

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