Magazine article Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Grants & Gifts

Magazine article Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Grants & Gifts

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ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC STATE UNIVERSITY (Ga.) has been awarded $483,760 by the National Science Foundation for scholarships to support students in computer science, information technology, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics fields.

THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN INDIAN PHYSICIANS and its partners in the HEALTHIER INDIAN COUNTRY INmATWE have received a $1.2 MILLION grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to encourage healthy living across the 10 HHS regions.

CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY'S CENTER FOR CANCER RESEARCH (Ga.) has received a grant of $6.5 MILLION from the National Institutes of Health for prostate cancer research. The grant will support research, training and community outreach activities at CAU with regard to prostate cancer research in the African-American community.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON researchers have received a $1 million grant from the Patty Brisben Foundation for the new Center for Sexual Health Promotion. Sexual health experts will work to advance sexual health training, education and research with this grant.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has granted the AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND $500,000 to establish the Mellon Faculty Research Program for faculty at tribal colleges. The three-year research program will allow selected faculty to complete research sabbaticals.

NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY has received a $200,000 grant from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to develop course modules and elective courses on nuclear energy and nuclear engineering. …

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