Grantees

Teaching and Learning

May 2015
  • Eight planning grants and one implementation grant to fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs.
  • Three grants to institutions working to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education.
  • A $25,000 planning grant in support of a project that aims to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees.aspx#sthash.DR2uOCoA.dpuf
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gMPvz534.dpuf
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gMPvz534.dpuf
  • An $300,000 implementation grant to launch the "Civic Media Consortium."
  • A planning grant to support the preparation of graduate students in the arts and sciences for teaching careers.
February 2015
  • Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
  • One planning grant in support of efforts to fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs. 
  • One grant toward a consortium's efforts toward outreach, dissemination, and transition to a self-sustaining membership organization.
  • $300,000 over 38 months to launch the GLCA Teaching and Learning Center.
  • $50,000 over 12 months to to revise and expand the 2000 volume “How People Learn.”
November 2014
  • Four grants to institutions working to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education.
  • Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate online education into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
  • $25,000 over 12 months to support the administration of Change Magazine.
    $75,000 over 36 months to support the administration of Change Magazine. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2011#sthash.k3KIbqf8.dpuf
    $75,000 over 36 months to support the administration of Change Magazine. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2011#sthash.u96hPxC2.dpuf
    $75,000 over 36 months to support the administration of Change Magazine. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2011#sthash.u96hPxC2.dpuf
  • $50,000 over 10 months to support a one-day symposium on the power of liberal education.
  • $25,000 over 12 months for a planning grant to lay the groundwork for Emory and Henry’s new Aristotle Center for Science in the Humanities.
May 2014
  • Two planning grants and three implementation grants for groups of institutions to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education.
  • Four planning and five implementation grants to collaboratives of institutions that aim to integrate online education into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
  • A $25,000 grant to convene members of the Association of Independent Technological Universities to discuss integrative liberal arts and technology curricula.
    AAaA $155,000 grant to improve teaching in the general/liberal education curriculum of high-diversity colleges and universities throughout the New York metropolitan area. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#Fresh%20Thinking
    A $155,000 grant to improve teaching in the general/liberal education curriculum of high-diversity colleges and universities throughout the New York metropolitan area. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#Fresh%20Thinking
    A $155,000 grant to improve teaching in the general/liberal education curriculum of high-diversity colleges and universities throughout the New York metropolitan area. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#Fresh%20Thinking
  • A $20,000 grant to edit and disseminate videos from the June 2013 Institute on College Futures meeting.
February 2014
  • A $280,000 implementation grant to Columbia University, Yale University, and the University of Chicago as a follow-up to their work under an earlier Teagle planning grant.
  • A $75,000 grant to support AAC&U's centennial year activities.
  • A $25,000 planning grant to develop an implementation plan for online, distance, and blended learning courses.
  • A $260,000 grant to support the project "Aligned Programs for Liberal Arts and Sciences in the 21st Century."
  • A $215,000 grant to explore "flipped classrooms" in the humanities and to create a repository of relevant curricular materials created by participating faculty.
  • A grant of $270,000 to engage faculty at multiple institutions in streamlining their curriculum and course offerings as well as disseminating successful practices.
  • A $150,000 grant over 24 months to create and implement new tools for grounding ethics education in the arts and humanities.

College-Community Connections

May 2015
  • One grant to the College Completion Innovation Fund that aims to collaboratively engage funders to improve college completion rates in New York City.
February 2015
  • Three one-year grants of $90,000 in support of partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area. Two grants of $45,000 for individual community-based organizations to develop sustainability plans for their college access and success programming.
November 2014
  • Four one-year grants of $90,000 in support of partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area. One grant of $45,000 for an individual community-based organization to develop a sustainability plan for its college access and success programming.
    support of programs at individual community-based organizations designed to enhance the readiness and success of talented but financially disadvantaged New York City high school students - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.HWO7gQhf.dpuf
    Ten grants of $270,000 and one grant of $180,000 over 22 to 37 months for partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2012#sthash.oTypYwNu.dpuf
    Ten grants of $270,000 and one grant of $180,000 over 22 to 37 months for partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2012#sthash.oTypYwNu.dpuf
May 2014
  • A $50,000 grant over 24 months for partnership development between New York City high schools and colleges toward curricula refinement for college preparation.
    One grant of $50,000 over 19 months for college preparatory and retention programming. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.MxrqYgPD.dpuf
    One grant of $50,000 over 19 months for college preparatory and retention programming. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.MxrqYgPD.dpuf
February 2014
  • ive grants of $50,000 over 24 months and one grant of $30,000 over 24 months - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/?year=2010#sthash.HAofxSf2.dpuf
    Four grants of $50,000 over 24 months and one grant of $30,000 over 24 months in support of programs at individual community-based organizations designed to enhance the readiness and success of talented but financially disadvantaged New York City high school students.


Outcomes and Assessment

February 2014
  • A $50,000 grant to support  follow up activities conducted under the November 2011 project, "Improving Board Oversight of Student Learning"
    Improving Board Oversight of Student Learning

Special Grants

May 2015
  • Three grants to support programs that help populations beyond the academy enjoy some of the core benefits of a liberal arts education.
November 2014
  • $10,000 to support major upgrades in Philanthropy New York’s services as it moves to a new location that will better serve its activities for the New York City-based funding community.  Improvements will involve increasing technological capacity, expanding program offerings, deepening public policy work, and pursuing new fee-based lines of work that will improve long-term institutional sustainability over the next decade.

Past Grants