Iowa State University announced today that Clear Lake-based software company Kingland and David and Deb Kingland have committed $3 million in support of an expansion to the Gerdin Business Building. David Kingland, the company’s chief innovation officer and chairman, and his wife, Deb, are 1980 ISU graduates and longtime supporters of the university. He has served on the Ivy College of Business Dean’s Advisory Council since 2009 and on the ISU Foundation board of directors since 2018. Together, the couple serve as foundation governors and chair the Ivy College of Business campaign cabinet for the “Forever True, for Iowa State” campaign. Many of the company’s management and technical employees at its Clear Lake and Ames offices are ISU graduates, David Kingland said in a statement. “Not only do we want to show our gratitude, but we also want our employees to share in the pleasure of giving back to Iowa State,” he said.