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Grants in Action: Robert Caro
ROBERT CARO: CHRONICLER OF POLITICAL POWER
Former Carnegie Corporation of New York Grantees Receive MacArthur Awards
Former Carnegie Corporation of New York Grantees Receive MacArthur Awards Continuing their tradition of encouraging exceptional nonprofit organizations, the MacArthur Foundation has named four former...
Vartan Gregorian: Educating “The Teaching Species”
Vartan Gregorian: Educating “The Teaching Species” A few nights ago, I was privileged to participate in the celebration of the 125th anniversary of Teachers College, Columbia University. It was a won...
Hillary Wiesner: The Social Sciences in the Arab World — Making Societies Visible to Themselves
Hillary Wiesner: The Social Sciences in the Arab World — Making Societies Visible to Themselves How do the majority of Americans view the Arab world? If you're just reading the newspaper, you might t...
Back from the Brink in Lawrence, MA
Back from the Brink in Lawrence, MA A case study of a low-performing school district in Massachusetts shows how a bold vision and a focus on the effective use of resources can lead to big improvement...
Report Examines Impact of Immigration Policies on Children of Immigrants
Report Examines Impact of Immigration Policies on Children of Immigrants Washington, D.C., February 2, 2010 — The United States is engaged in an intense debate about immigration policy, particularly ...
50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going
50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act as Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders l...
Laurie Mincieli: United Nations Peacebuilding Advisory Group Charts Path Forward for Sustainable Peace
Laurie Mincieli: United Nations Peacebuilding Advisory Group Charts Path Forward for Sustainable Peace In June, the UN Advisory Group of Experts released their assessment of the UN's peacebuilding ar...
The World Digital Library initiative gets further expanded
The World Digital Library initiative gets further expanded Libraries, especially digital libraries, are truly at the heart of knowledge societies; they enable people to access, share and apply knowle...
Iran Debate Illustrates Think Tanks’ Niche in the Policy Ecosystem
Ellen Laipson, president and chief executive officer of the Stimson Center, a Carnegie Corporation grantee, writes that an important feature of the intense debate over the Iran nuclear deal is the mass of contributions made by diverse civil society organizations.
Michele Cahill, Vice President, National Program, and Program Director, Urban Education
In the Oval Office, discussing solutions to the STEM teacher shortage
How Foundations Collaborate: a Case Study Reveals Successes, Hard Lessons from a 10-year Initiative to Strengthen African Higher Education
How Foundations Collaborate: a Case Study Reveals Successes, Hard Lessons from a 10-year Initiative to Strengthen African Higher Education New York, Nov 3, 2010—A new case study highlights how seven ...
Arab Media: The Web 2.0 Revolution
Arab Media: The Web 2.0 Revolution While the world's attention has recently turned to the use of new media channels in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen, it is a phenomenon that has been growing in the past s...
80 Partners Join Multi-Sector Movement To Tackle Nation’s Need For 100,000 Excellent Math And Science Teachers In 10 Years
80 Partners Join Multi-Sector Movement To Tackle Nation’s Need For 100,000 Excellent Math And Science Teachers In 10 Years 100Kin10 Initiative to Recruit, Develop, and Retain Excellent STEM Teachers ...
In Sputnik Moment For STEM, U.S. Must Train More, Better Teachers
In Sputnik Moment For STEM, U.S. Must Train More, Better Teachers America's well-traveled path of excellence in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is no longer leading us where we need...
Fellowship Program to Boost Number of Well-Trained Social Science Professors in Five African Countries
Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa Program Names Fellows for 2013-14
GREGORIAN HONORED WITH “VARTAN’S WAY” IN PARK DONATED BY ANDREW CARNEGIE
GREGORIAN HONORED WITH “VARTAN’S WAY” IN PARK DONATED BY ANDREW CARNEGIE Part of a park donated by Andrew Carnegie to the people of Scotland has been named after Vartan Gregorian, President of Carneg...
Stanford Professor Studies a Hidden Side of Islam
Shahzad Bashir wants to set the record straight: all Muslims are not alike.
The Integration of Immigrants into American Society
On September 21 the National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine published The Integration of Immigrants into American Society, a report that looks at the overall integration of immigrants into the United States.
Andrew Carnegie Fellow Masha Gessen on Putin at the U.N.
Vladimir V. Putin came to the United Nations General Assembly on Monday to demand that Russia be taken seriously and treated as an equal partner by the world’s great powers.
A Pair of Good Hands
The first profile in a series of blog posts on women in Africa
Live From Sochi: Societies Between War and Peace
Corporation Grantees Participate in Russia's Global Forum
A Clash of Realities
An Outsider's View of the Recent Student Actions in South Africa
Announcing the Commission on the Future of Undergraduate Education
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences receives $2.2 million grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York
White House names Faith in Public Life CEO Jennifer Butler Chair of President’s Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Faith in Public Life, a Carnegie Corporation grantee, today announced that Executive Director and CEO Rev. Jennifer Butler has been named the chair of the President’s Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
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