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As we approach the end of 2015, Carnegie Corporation is proud to share with you some of the top Special Projects stories we featured throughout the year on our new website.
Congratulations to Ten Winners Honored with Prestigious National Public Service Award
A giving season message from Carnegie Corporation President Vartan Gregorian
Reach Out and Read brings together leaders in education to learn more about best practices
This special series introduces readers to other organizations in the Carnegie family.
Shahzad Bashir wants to set the record straight: all Muslims are not alike.
On UN World Humanitarian Day, new $1m prize calls for nominations
From The Desk Of
Coporation President Vartan Gregorian on the importance of the immigrant experience.
ALA ANNOUNCES SIX FINALISTS FOR ANDREW CARNEGIE MEDALS
Carnegie Corporation of New York, The New York Times and the American Library Association announce I Love My Librarian Award recipients
Sometimes called the "Nobel Prize of philanthropy," the honor recognizes those who use their private wealth for the public good.
Arne Duncan, Michael Bloomberg, Condoleezza Rice, Fareed Zakaria, and others on the future of research universities