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Awards and Scholarships

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In addition to support for the International Fellows Program the Center has provided a variety of awards to students, faculty, and scholars in the field. Currently, the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society offers:

. William Randolph Hearst Graduate Assistantships for Women and Minorities.

Each year this fund provides monies to one or more qualified students at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Primarily used to help the student further studies in an area related to philanthropy, the assistantship also requires the completion of small research assignments. The objective of the program is to advance research and build leadership capacity for women and minorities in the philanthropic sector.

Award recipients (by fiscal year) include:

     
Glen Olson
  2012 (summer)
Anne Marie Aubert
 
2010-2011
Anne Marie Aubert and Miriam Intrator
 
2009-2010
Diane Auslander, Irit Bloch and Erin Maurer
 
2008-2009

Howard Caro-López, Cecilia Salvatierra, and Christine Yaris

 
2007-2008

Stephanie Campos, Norma Jeanne Anderson, Janice Rollo and Christine Yaris

2006-2007

Meryem Senay Ataselim, Arielle Goldberg and Adriana Perez

2004-2005
Adriana Perez
 
2003-2004
Terese Anthony, Adrienne Lotson and Alejandro Quintana
2002-2003
Terese Anthony, Kristopher Burrell, Tevah Platt and Alejandro Quintana
 
2001-2002
Kristopher Burrell and Tevah Platt
 
2000-2001
Erica Ball
 
1999-2000
Elsa Davidson and John Gutiérrez
 
1998-1999
Dorothy M. Browne
 
1997-1998
Kathleen Gerard
 
1996-1997
Ariel Rosenblum
 
1995-1996
Caroline McKenzie
 
1994-1995

 

. Travel awards are granted to selected CUNY graduate students to support their doctoral work in the field of civil society. Contact us for further information.

Awardees have included:

Irit Bloch, Ph.D Program in History (Summer 2011)

Arielle Goldberg, Ph.D. Program in Political Science

Wladyslaw Roczniak, Ph.D. Program in History

. Senior Research Scholar in residence:

 

Current:  
Benjamin R. Barber Founder and Director, CivWorld (2012 -      )

. Senior Research Fellows in residence:

 

Current:  
Vincent McGee Board Chair, The Overbrook Foundation (2011 -      )
   
Past:  
David Logan
Executive Director, The Corporate Citizenship Company, UK
Kathryn Kish Sklar Distinguished Professor of History, SUNY Binghamton
Marina Liborakina Institute for Urban Economics, Moscow
. Visiting Exchange Scholars:
 
Christoph Kahlert

Doctoral Student, Corporate Management & Economics,

Hochschule Zwischen, Wirtschaft, Kultur und Politik

Zeppelin University, Germany (Spring 2011)