In honour of their 50th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1964, led by the late Wayne Musselman and Milton Hess, grew their BCom’64 Endowment Fund. The class' fund supports the Commerce ’64 Fellow in Managerial Economics.

“I am honored to be the recipient of the BCom ’64 Fellowship, and grateful for the support it has provided. Through my research I have been examining the interaction between competition in the product market and innovation in organizations. I am also working on research projects related to entrepreneurship and the financing of new ventures; and on a new line of research on the economics of social responsibility. I am very excited about this research, and indeed very grateful for the Commerce ’64 Fellowship.”
-  Jean-Etienne de Bettignies, Associate Professor, Commerce ’64 Fellow in Managerial Economics