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In 2009, former AT&T CEO Michael Armstrong gave the university $14.7 million for the development of the Interactive Media Studies program. Some of the money will go to the creation of the Armstrong Interactive Media Studies Institute, where students and faculty work with digital technology. They can also connect to organizations and clients across the globe. Armstrong received an undergraduate business degree from Miami in 1961.