The Health & Humanities Pop-Up Institute is a collaboration between the Office of the Vice President of Research and the Humanities Institute at the University of Texas at Austin through the following endowments: the Holloway Centennial Lectureship, the Hoffman Centennial Lectureship, the Kidd Centennial Lectureship, and the Ho Distinguished Lecture in China Studies Endowment. Additional support comes from the College of Liberal Arts, the Department of English, and the Dell Medical School.
On behalf of Lawndale, I am thrilled to announce that our next round of exhibitions will coincide with the launch of our new website and rebrand.
Ten nonprofit advocacy groups received a total of $1.3 million in grants over two years to hire in-house policy or peer policy fellows. The Mental Health Policy Academy and Fellowsinitiative, launched in 2010, builds both individual and organizational capacity for effective mental health policy and advocacy work. Fellows receive intensive training, education and experience in mental health policy while host organizations benefit from additional… Read more »
Join us for the Rock the House Leading Ladies Luncheon on Thursday, May 24 at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts! RSVP by emailing Donna Nisenson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Leading Ladies is a group of dynamic women with a shared passion for musical theatre and commitment to Theatre Under The Stars’ Education and Community Engagement efforts through volunteering, fundraising, and exclusive TUTS events. Leading… Read more »
Is your organization using sports in innovative and collaborative ways to make communities healthier places to live? The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sports Award recognizes sports teams, athletes, and community-based organizations that use sports to help people achieve health and well-being, especially those who are facing the greatest challenges. If your organization is helping children maintain a healthy weight, creating safe play environments, eliminating… Read more »
On the delicate topic of approvals . . . What is the Mt. Everest-sized obstacle which prevents many nonprofits (yours?) from taking advantage of “donor-centricity”?
Read on to hear about our trip to Washington D.C., get an update on our renovation progress at the new Headquarters, meet our newest visitors Elsa and Diana, and, of course, hear about the progress of the Alexandria Project.
Learn how to go through a social media audit, competitor audit, mapping, and calendaring.
Oaxaca, Mexico in September 2018 Veracruz, Mexico in October 2018 Duluth, Minnesota in January 2019 We will be in pursuit of so many incredible birds as we partner with expert tour leaders to ensure the best experience possible. Come chase exotic raptors in Veracruz with Bill Clark, one of the leading authorities on raptors, and Martin Hagne, GCBO’s Executive Director. Find… Read more »
Mackay’s Moral: Sticks and stones can break your bones, but words can come back to haunt you.
This just in: A fundraising copywriter at a prestigious university now faces a change in her chain of command. The university’s new brooms don’t see why fundraising should have its own dedicated writer. In an org. chart maneuver that absolutely makes sense on paper, they want her to go back into the pool, to work inside the marketing communications group (a.k.a., marcomms). She asked… Read more »
Funding News and Grant Tips Updated Guide Helps Improve Safety in Primary Care Settings http://dshs.texas.gov/fic/al29-5-1.aspx#A CDC, Emory University Launch National Directory of PrEP Health Service Providers http://dshs.texas.gov/fic/al29-5-1.aspx#B Public Funding Opportunities Advancing HIV Therapeutic Vaccine Science (U01 Clinical Trial Required): RFA-AI-18-015 http://dshs.texas.gov/fic/al29-5-1.aspx#C Improving the Reach and Quality of Cancer Care in Rural Populations (R01 Clinical Trial Required): RFA-CA-18-026 http://dshs.texas.gov/fic/al29-5-1.aspx#D SBIR… Read more »
What policies, laws, and regulations can help improve health and health equity? As policymakers experiment and redesign policies in a multitude of sectors, research will be critical to uncover what these changes mean for the nation’s collective health. Policies for Action, an RWJF signature research program, is funding $2 million toward research on the impact of national, state, or local policies on health and… Read more »
In parallel with the dramatic growth that has seen the student body grow to nearly 39,000 students, Texas State University has also become more representative of the State of Texas’ population as a whole. This growth reflects the mission of the university to serve the citizens of Texas and to play a leading role in preparing the workforce for the coming decades. The latest… Read more »
Dear friends of Dress for Success San Antonio and Career Gear San Antonio, Currently our Career Gear men’s closet is in dire need of professional attire! Subsequently, we humbly ask for your assistance in securing clothing donations for our male clients. We are especially low in smaller sizes. We also need men’s button down shirts, slacks, belts, dress socks (new) and men’s dress… Read more »
The Growery. We had quite a setback from Harvey and the 2 hard freezes, but the surviving plants have now revealed themselves, and we have sorted through most of them and put them on display. Emma Shelly has made us some new signs for the most-common offerings. We have also planted many seeds over the winter, and have MANY new plants coming up. Workdays have been started again… Read more »
DISCOUNTED Season 22 Festival tickets are on sale! Purchase your 5-ticket subscription or single tickets at pre-festival savings! TICKET PRICING Advance 5-Ticket Subscription $110.Save over single ticket prices at the door. You get five tickets (PLUS the post-concert receptions) for any use — five different programs, any venue, or five concert-goers at any one program, or any combination you like. Orders must be… Read more »
To better understand what makes places inclusive, the Urban Institute conducted the first-of-its kind empirical analysis on the relationship among economic, racial, and overall inclusion in 274 of the largest U.S. cities, new research supported by Kresge’s American Cities Practice.
The United States economy could be $8 trillion larger by 2050 if the country eliminated racial disparities in health, education, incarceration and employment, according to “The Business Case for Racial Equity: A Strategy for Growth.” The gains would be equivalent to a continuous boost in GDP growth of 0.5 percent per year, increasing the competitiveness of the country for decades to come.
Free to the public, attendees will have the opportunity to speak directly with representatives from a dozen companies regarding employment.