Harold Amos was the first African-American to chair a department at Harvard Medical School. Honor his legacy and create yours. The Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program believes the health care landscape requires diverse leadership. The program offers four-year postdoctoral research awards to increase the number of physicians, dentists, and nurses from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. Applications are now open for the 2018 cohort of… Read more »
Martin hopes to increase awareness and support of Special Olympics Texas and to advance the mission of providing year-round sports training, athletic competition and support programs for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
It’s time to start thinking about our 20th Anniversary Celebration, “Brew on the Bayou” once again! As I’m sure you remember, Brew’s initial date last fall was postponed thanks to Harvey flooding GCBO. But now we are rescheduled and good to go for SATURDAY MARCH 10th from 4-8 pm! JOIN US: Celebrate 20 years of conservation with our brew tasting evening event which… Read more »
Gifts from Alumni Rose 14.5 Percent and Reached $11.37 Billion
Gifts for Capital Purposes Increased 12.3 Percent Current Operations Gifts Inched Up 2.6 percent
No Texas Universities made the top 20. YIKES
Research from Women’s Philanthropy Institute highlights shared characteristics among high-net-worth female donors
Article Author: Final Four San Antonio
Texas State University President Denise M. Trauth has joined at least 10 other Texas university presidents/chancellors in co-signing a letter from the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) to U.S. Senator John Cornyn urging his support for bringing the Dream Act (S. 1615) to a floor vote before February 8. In joining the other signatories, Texas State supports normalizing the status of deserving… Read more »
The foundation will award up to ten nonprofits with a two-year grant to employ a fellow (a recent master’s degree recipient, or an individual with lived experience of mental health and/or substance use conditions).
Two upcoming grant opportunities from the Laura Jane Musser Fund.
Arlington, VA Respondents to an annual survey on foundation salaries and demographics indicated that one in three foundation staff was between the ages of 50-64 last year, and one in four came from a racial or ethnic minority background. The analysis, part of data collected annually in the Council on Foundations’ Grantmaker Salary and Benefits Report, has for three decades been an important tool… Read more »