More Qual-cash for SDSU — Qualcomm vice chairman Steve Altman sponsored an athletic official’s trip to Utah.
  • More Qual-cash for SDSU — Qualcomm vice chairman Steve Altman sponsored an athletic official’s trip to Utah.
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KPBS isn’t the only SDSU cause to benefit from Qualcomm-related largesse. According to a June 24, 2011 filing on the website of the university’s Campanile Foundation, Qualcomm vice chairman Steve Altman flew the school’s associate athletic director Robert Moosbrugger round-trip from Carlsbad to Provo, Utah. The flight was valued at $350, with another $50 allotted for Moosbrugger’s meal expenses. Other contributors to the university’s cause have included Irwin Jacobs’s youngest son Jeff, who provided Moosbrugger “private air travel” and food valued at $450 for a November 16, 2010 trip to Spokane, Washington, and builder Mark McMillin, who picked up the cost of a flight, valued at $350, meals included, by then–university president Stephen Weber to Tucson on March 17 of last year.

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