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The investor and philanthropist William H. Miller III has made a gift of $50 million to the physics and astronomy program at Johns Hopkins University. The gift will fund endowed professorships, postdoctoral fellowships and graduate research.

In 2018, he made a $75 million gift to Johns Hopkins’s philosophy department, believed to be by far the largest gift ever to a university philosophy program.

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