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Foundations & Other Sources

  • American Association of University Women
    Promotes education and equity for all women and girls.
  • American Council of Learned Societies
    Funds fellowships and research projects in the humanities.
  • American Philosophical Society
    Funds fellowships and Research Projects.
  • American Psychological Association
    Funds fellowships and research projects in psychology.
  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
    The Foundation currently makes grants on a selective basis to institutions in higher education; in cultural affairs and the performing arts; in population; in conservation and the environment; and in public affairs.
  • Arthur Vining Davis Foundation
    Interests include education and higher education
  • Bank of America
    Main interests are arts and cultural programs, youth development and economic development.
  • Bristol-MyersSquibb Foundation
    Interests include higher education, women, minorities, and community development.
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
    Has broad interests in education, International Peace and Security and International Development.
  • Center for Field Research (Earthwatch)
    Promotes sustainable conservation of our natural resources and cultural heritage by creating partnerships between scientists, educators and the general public by sponsoring research education and conservation projects.
  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
    Funds international and national projects in civil society, environmental projects, and improving economic conditions and education.
  • Citigroup Foundation
    Working with a global network of colleagues and partners, the Foundation gives grants focused in three main areas.
  • Coca-Cola Foundation
    The Foundation supports programs in higher education, classroom teaching and learning, and international education. The programs support scholarships for aspiring students; encourage and motivate young people to stay in school; and foster cultural understanding.
  • Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)
    Funds Fulbright Scholars programs.
  • Ewing Narion Kauffman Foundation
    Interests include education, youth development, business and community development.
  • Global Fund for Women
    Focuses on strengthening women's rights groups.
  • Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
    Funds projects in higher education, science, the environment and San Francisco Bay Area programs that demonstrate locally the interests of the other three program areas.
  • Ittleson Foundation
    Current program interests in Aids, the environment and mental health.
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
    Funds fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields (natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, creative arts) except the performing arts. Fellowships are not available for students.
  • Kellogg, W. K. Foundation
    Program interests in health, education, and agriculture.
  • Kresge Foundation
    Challenge grants for construction projects, scientific equipment upgrades, and other programs for strategic investment and endowment funds.
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
    Supports national research and policy work in community development, arms reduction and security policy, ecosystems security and sustainability; new partnerships and institutions; and education about United States interests and responsibilities. In addition, it supports projects that promote excellence and diversity in the media, and awards fellowships to exceptionally creative individuals.
  • National Foundation for the Improvement of Education
    Funds projects in higher education including innovative projects aimed at high student achievement, projects in the fine arts, and professional development.
  • National Grid Foundation
    Funds local projects in the areas of neighborhood improvement, Projects or programs that promote math, science, technology, computer literacy or entrepreneurship in collaboration with elementary schools, secondary schools, community organizations or neighborhood centers, urban renaissance projects and environmental stewardship projects.
  • National Humanities Center
    Funds fellowships in the humanities.
  • Pew Charitable Trusts
    Funds projects in culture, education, the environment, health and human services, public policy and religion.
  • Public Welfare Foundation
    Community Economic Development and participation, criminal justice, disadvantaged elderly and disadvantaged youth, the environment, health, human rights and global security, population and reproductive health, and other areas.
  • Radcliffe Institute
    Bunting Fellowship Program at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at its premiere multidisciplinary center of advanced studies for scholars, writers, artists, and scientists.
  • Research Corporation
    Support for significant fundamental research in astronomy, chemistry and physics that aids professional development of faculty and students.
  • Social Science Research Council
    An international association devoted to the advancement of interdisciplinary research in the social sciences. It does this through a wide variety of interdisciplinary workshops and conferences, fellowships and grants, summer training institutes, scholarly exchanges, and publications.
  • Spencer Foundation
    Provides funds to investigate ways in which education can be improved, around the world through Research, Fellowships, and Training.
  • Verizon Foundation
    Priority funding areas include literacy, digital divide, workforce development, community technology development and employee volunteerism.
  • Wenner-Gren Foundation
    Supports basic research in all branches of anthropology.

 

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Rebecca Blackmon

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