Grants & Awards

By Matthews, Maya | Black Issues in Higher Education, September 18, 1997 | Go to article overview

Grants & Awards


Matthews, Maya, Black Issues in Higher Education


The Ford Foundation has awarded grants to the following:

University of California, $335,000over three years, for a community forestry research program; University of Wisconsin, $75,000, for a seminar on land reform policy and implementation for South African government and nongovernmental policy leaders;

University of Tennessee, $150,000one-year supplement, for the university's Community Partnership Center's project to examine federal programs aimed at revitalizing rural communities in the United States.

The John Templeton Foundation has awarded $10,000 grants to each of the following institutions for courses to examine the relationship between science and religion: Agnes Scott College, Assumption College, Augsburg College, Austin Presbyterian Seminary, Bates College, Berea College, Biola University, Chestnut Hill College, College of New Jersey, Colorado Christian University, Concord College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Emory University (Oxford College), Fuller Theological Seminary, Furman College, George Mason University, George Washington University, Guilford College, Harvey Mudd College, Hebrew Theological College. Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Hope College, Humboldt State University, Illif School of Theology, Illinois State University, Islamic University of America, Kentucky State University, Lebanon Valley College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Meredith College, Messiah College, Midland Lutheran College, Mississippi College, Montana State University, Ohio State University, Oregon State University, Point Loma Nazarene College, Purdue University, Regis University, Rutgers University, Sanford University, Santa Clara University, Seattle University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, St. …

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