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Dominican University wins $1.5 million HRSA BHWET grant

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Bucknell wins NSF Grant for Research Computing

Congratulations to Bucknell University for winning a Campus Cyberinfrastructure grant through the National Science Foundation. With the grant funds, students and faculty conducting data-intensive research projects will have access to a high-speed internet pipeline exclusively for research, eliminating competition for bandwidth with other non-academic data transfer on campus such as internet browsing and video streaming. This will be particularly advantageous for …

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Harford Community College Wins ATE Grant

Congratulations to Harford Community College for winning an ATE grant through the National Science Foundation. With the grant funds, the College will create an additive manufacturing career pathway for community college and high school students to fill the workforce needs of the growing additive manufacturing field in Northeastern Maryland. Additive manufacturing is the process of making objects from 3D model …

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Survey Says: Submit More Grant Applications

According to the Spring 2017 State of Grantseeking™ Report, 91% of survey respondents who submitted three to five grant applications received at least one award. Read the Report.

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Le Moyne College Wins $1.2M NSF Noyce Grant

Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY was awarded a $1,190,512 NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant. With this award, they will train undergraduate students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields so they can teach in these fields in high-need local school districts. Read the full article here.

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Fontbonne Receives $100,000 NEH Humanities Access Grant

Fontbonne University’s Bosnia Memory Project was awarded a $100,000 matching grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). One of only 34 institutions to receive one of the agency’s inaugural Humanities Access grants, this project will focus on documenting the Bosnian war, genocide and migration. Read the full story here.

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Saint Peter’s University Wins $3.8M HSI-STEM Grant

McAllister & Quinn recently assisted Saint Peter’s University to obtain a Title III Hispanic-Service Institution STEM Grant (Hispanic-Serving Institutions – Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (HSI STEM) and Articulation Program). The grant award of $3.8 million will be used to support the University’s STEM Undergraduate Retention Graduation and Empowerment (SURGE) program. The SURGE program aims to integrate holistic support to …

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The YWCA of Greater Los Angeles Wins $900,000 Grant

The McAllister & Quinn Nonprofit team recently assisted the YWCA of Greater Los Angeles County to obtain the Los Angeles County Champions for Change – Healthy Communities Initiative grant. The award is for $900,000 over a three-year period. The funding will go to support the YWCA GLA’s efforts to combat child and adult obesity by promoting healthy eating and physical …

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Penn College of Technology Wins CyberCorps Grant

The National Science Foundation has recognized Pennsylvania College of Technology’s commitment to tomorrow’s workforce by awarding the institution a grant intended to bolster the pipeline of information assurance/cyber defense professionals. The $438,391 CyberCorps grant will facilitate the college’s efforts to excite high school students about rewarding careers in cyber security. The college is developing an after-school program for high schoolers, …

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National Aquarium Wins IMLS Grant to Support School Program

The McAllister & Quinn nonprofit team recently assisted the National Aquarium in obtaining a prestigious Institute of Museum and Library Services Museums for America grant.  The award, which totals $150,000, will be used to implement the Aquarium’s experiential after-school learning program at select Baltimore City public middle schools. The program aims to address the area’s lack of science/STEM educational opportunities, …

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