Carnegie Corporation Awards Nearly $17 Million in 1Q Grants

Carnegie Corporation Awards Nearly $17 Million in 1Q Grants

The Carnegie Corporation of New York has announced thirty grants totaling more than $16.8 million.

First-quarter grants awarded through the foundation's International Program include $400,000 over two years to the Center for International Policy in support of its Senior Fellows Program; $680,000 over two years to Georgetown University to enhance scholar-practitioner engagement through workshops, online publications, and case studies; and $1.5 million to the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture in Kampala, Uganda, in support of early-career fellowships.

Grants awarded through the foundation's National Program include $600,000 over two years to the Public Religion Research Institute in support of its immigration research program; $500,000 over fifteen months to Teaching Lab to help develop and pilot professional learning content for state regional service centers, district leaders, and teachers; and $500,000 to Editorial Projects in Education for general operating support, as well as project support focused on teacher retention and recruitment research.

Other awards include grants made through the foundation's Special Opportunities Fund, including more than $1 million in general operating support to the New York Public Library in conjunction with its one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary; and $500,000 to the Trinity Foundation in Dublin, Ireland, in support of digitization of the Library of Trinity College Dublin collections.

"Carnegie Corporation of New York Board Approves 30 Grants Totaling $16,875,000." Carnegie Corporation of New York Press Release 04/07/2020.