Coming soon. What if the very structure on which social movements rely, the nonprofit system, is reinforcing the inequalities activists seek to eliminate? Beam looks at how people at LGBT nonprofits in Minneapolis and Chicago grapple with the contradictions between radical queer social movements and their institutionalized iterations. Providing a critical look at a social formation whose sanctified place in the national imagination has for too long gone unquestioned, Gay, Inc.
Funding : Graduate Students : Global Programs and Strategy Alliance : University of Minnesota
Join our charge in finding new solutions to vexing health care issues to help create a Minnesota-wide impact that moves knowledge to patients, and advance interprofessional education and clinical care. The purpose of the Fund is to provide support for early-stage ideas and creative, pioneering projects in neuroscience that otherwise may go unfunded by conventional grant-making bodies. The Fund is particularly interested in applications that align with opportunities for large federal funding initiatives e. From the link, click on the Apply button on the right.
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Students from all colleges and campuses are eligible to apply. Students may apply for more than one scholarship. The China Center Scholarship provides an opportunity for University of Minnesota students to incorporate an educational or research experience in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Macau as part of their academic studies, internships, research, or professional training. The Hsiao Scholarship was established in by Jennie and Fred Hsiao, recognized leaders in the Chinese-American community in Minnesota, to provide an opportunity for University of Minnesota students to incorporate an educational experience in China as part of their academic studies. We are currently not accepting applications for the China West Scholarship.
Leaders from the University of Minnesota and Minnesota State college systems pleaded for a state funding boost during a virtual Senate committee hearing Tuesday, telling lawmakers their investment is needed to meet a growing number of student needs. The state's two public college systems are seeking relief as they wrestle with daunting budget deficits during the COVID pandemic. With an increase in state funding, system leaders say they could steady their finances, improve academic programs and ramp up student support services. How our campuses will respond to new budget realities during a time of pandemic will have substantial impact on how much more we can do. U President Joan Gabel said it's the school's lowest requested budget increase in two decades.