Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie recently awarded the Bicentennial Medal to Don Brown, Mark Cuban and Carl Cook during a virtual presentation.
The Bicentennial Medal is awarded to individuals who, through their personal, professional, artistic or philanthropic efforts, have broadened their reach of Indiana University around the nation, state and world.
Brown is the founder and CEO of LifeOmic, a software company that provides health solutions for providers, researchers and others. LifeOmic works closely with the IU School of Medicine to develop and deliver treatments for the most complex cancers. Brown also contributed to IU by founding the Brown Center for Immunotherapy.
Cuban, a 1981 graduate of the IU Kelley School of Business, is an entrepreneur, investor and owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Cuban gave IU $5 million in 2015 to launch the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.
Cook is the CEO of the Bloomington-based medical device company Cook Group, which was co-founded by his parents, Bill and Gayle Cook. The Cook family and the company have been significant benefactors to the university.Read the entire article on Around IU Bloomington