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Celebrating Bill Cunningham
Bill Cunningham was a maverick troubadour in love with New York.
American Hustle: We Are Our Choices
American Hustle: We Are Our Choices SCOTT MALCOMSON: In Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World, which came out earlier this year, you take the question of American leadership in th...
Think Tank Digital
Getting out in front of the [Google] news cycle
Dispatches from Sochi: Conversation with a Senior Russian Economist
Dispatches from Sochi: Conversation with a Senior Russian Economist: the vice president of Carnegie Corporation's International Program reports from the 13th meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club, Sochi, Russia.
Report: Asian Views on America’s Role in Asia
The Asia Foundation report is formulated as a set of strategic recommendations—including a concise top 10—for the new administration on U.S. foreign policy priorities in Asia.
Five Questions for JoEllen Lynch
We recently sat down with Springpoint’s executive director JoEllen Lynch to talk about the lessons the organization has learned from its work, and about a new guide that provides a roadmap to school design for others looking to do ...
Honoring the Human Rights Legacy and Leadership of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
A reception for the outgoing secretary-general was held at United Nations headquarters in New York on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.
Special Projects: Top Stories in 2016
As we approach the end of 2016, Carnegie Corporation is proud to share with you some of the top Special Projects stories we featured throughout the year on our website.
RFP: Frequently Asked Questions
RFP: Frequently Asked Questions RFP: Frequently Asked Questions 1Questions Related to Eligibility 2Questions Related to Scope 3Questions Related to the Application Process 1Questions Related to Eligi...
Poison Pill: A Brief History of Post-Cold War Relations
Visiting Media Fellow Michael Moran speaks with Andrew Kuchins of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Kimberly Marten of Columbia University about how the end of the Cold War has led to current tensions around Syria, NATO and ...
France Honors President Vartan Gregorian
Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corporation of New York, was awarded the medal of Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor at a ceremony at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in New York City on February 9.
A Populist Revolt? (Recap)
Globalism must be de-ideologized if we are going fix the problems that transcend national borders.
The Value of Foundation History and Archives
Effective grantmaking requires access to pertinent historical records paired with the commitment of leadership and staff to learn from those records and use that learning to inform new actions.
US-Ghanaian Teens Team Up for STEM Competition
High school students from IREX World Smarts STEM Challenge pitch their solutions to environmental problems at Carnegie Corporation of New York.
How the Gold Rush Led to Real Riches in Bird Poop
Taking a closer look at the cultural history of the Pacific Basin, Gregory T. Cushman reveals the importance of guano.
Don’t Fight Their Lies with Lies of Your Own
As a Russian and American journalist, Masha Gessen provides rare insight to the political world in these trying times.
History professor and author Timothy Snyder's new book, On Tyranny, is sharing its lessons on the streets.
Scientific Knowledge on Minority Groups during the Trump Era
A historian on U.S. philanthropy, Maribel Morey has provided new insight into the plight of minorities, the connections to big philanthropy, and the rise of populism.
Education, Religion, and Eliminating Prison
A professor of religion and its place in society, Joshua Dubler takes a close look at prisons, their culture, and whether we can eliminate them.
The History of “Stolen” Supreme Court Seats
Law professor Charles Gardner Geyh is able to give historical perspective to the current contentious debate about the Supreme Court and America's judicial system, while providing insight to the future.
Sweet or Sour? Recapping U.S.-Russia Relations
Visiting Media Fellow Michael Moran hosts the final episode of our podcast series, Diffusion: Russia in Focus, weaving together key insights uncovered from discussions with experts on U.S.-Russian affairs.
Vartan Gregorian Honored by Republic of Armenia
On the occasion of the 99th anniversary of the First Armenian Republic, Serzh Sargsyan, president of the Republic of Armenia, presented Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corporation of New York, with the Order of Honor.
July Fourth Tribute Honors 38 Distinguished Immigrants
Carnegie Corporation of New York, established by Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie, thanks naturalized citizens who make America strong.
Eleven Grants to Support Nuclear Security
Following a competitive request for proposals, Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced grants to 11 organizations to support projects aimed at reducing nuclear risk through innovative and solutions-oriented approaches.
Academic Leadership Award Recognizes Seven University Presidents
Carnegie Corporation of New York today named seven exceptional American college and university presidents as recipients of its Academic Leadership Award. The honor consists of $500,000 in support for each winner’s academic initiatives.
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