Carnegie Corporation of New York, its board of trustees and staff, mourn the death of Clare Russell Gregorian, a lifelong advocate and leader in education, literacy, and women's issues, and the wife of Corporation president Vartan Gregorian. She died on April 28, at home in New York City, surrounded by family, following a lengthy struggle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Clare was 80 years old.
Posting weekly on Tuesday mornings, Peacebuilders features nine episodes from East Africa on everything from the future of the African Union to immigration to media and elections in Kenya.
What role does ethnicity play in post-conflict countries in East Africa? Hosts Aaron Stanley and Scott Malcomson speak with experts from the region in this first episode of the Peacebuilders series.
Building on a century-old, philanthropic tradition of investing in creative scholarly research, Carnegie Corporation of New York today announced the 2018 class of Andrew Carnegie Fellows. As part of the so-called “brainy award,” 31 extraordinary scholars and writers will each receive up to $200,000, making it possible for them to devote their time to significant research, writing, and publishing in the humanities and social sciences.