Project Pericles awarded $900,000 from Mellon Foundation for new initiative, Curricula for Social Change: Empowering College Faculty, Students, and Communities for Voter Engagement
The Mellon Foundation awarded $900,000 to Project Pericles for a new initiative supporting faculty to integrate voter education and social justice issues into humanities curricula through deliberative dialogues and community-initiated projects. The three-year initiative, “Curricula for Social Change: Empowering College Faculty, Students, and Communities for Voter Engagement,” will support more than 200 faculty and expand our reach beyond our 29 Periclean member colleges and universities.
four faculty awarded mellon periclan faculty leadership grants for humanities courses with community-initiated projects
Four faculty members representing four Periclean institutions were selected to develop, teach, and evaluate a new humanities course incorporating a community-initiated project as part of the Mellon Foundation Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program™ in the Humanities. This exciting program connects the humanities and liberal arts learning to challenges facing the wider campus community and society more broadly.
project pericles awards Four arthur vining davis foundations periclean faculty leadership grants to Develop Innovative STEM/Social Science Courses in Partnership with Community Organizations
Project Pericles is delighted to announce that four faculty members representing four Periclean institutions were selected as part of The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations (AVDF) Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program in STEM and Social Sciences. In collaboration with a community partner, they will teach a new, innovative course that incorporates a project that addresses a problem identified by the community.