Intellectual Life Grant Award Winners
The Intellectual Life Committee is pleased to award 7 grants for spring 2014
Almassi, 2014 Gender Matters Conference: “Embodying Praxis, Engaging
Solutions”, Keynote Address by Former United States Surgeon General Dr. M.
Golland, 2014 Civil Rights Act Commemoration Film Series
Haan, Not My Life: International Women’s Day Celebration
Jacobson, Productivity and Citizenship: Expressions of Life after Prison
Johnson, Elizabeth Ruiz, and Serena Wadhwa, Labor Unions in the 21st
Century: What is Your [S]Take?
S. Levinson, Student Mini-Conference in Commemoration of Civil Rights Act of
Yakini, An Evening with Governors State University African-American Researchers.
Intellectual Life Grants are awarded for up to $500 for events taking place
between January 21, 2014 and May 11, 2014 that promote and increase awareness
of the arts, humanities and other intellectual topics of universal
interest. Please be on the lookout for
events related to these grants that might include lecture series, faculty
research salons, workshops, panel discussions, film screenings, exhibits,
presentations in local communities and field trips.
of the Intellectual Life Committee are: Catherine Brady, Melanie Ellexson,
Elizabeth Johnson, Sang Lee, Lydia Morrow Ruetten, Daniel Nearing, David Rhea
and Patricia Robey.
“We would like to
thank everyone who applied for a spring 2014 grant, and look forward to a
variety of events and programing this Spring,” offered Lydia Morrow Ruetten,
Chair of the Intellectual Life Committee. For more information about the Intellectual Life
Committee, please contact Lydia at firstname.lastname@example.org