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Grants at Work

Faculty Grants and Fellowships 2015-16

Salman Hameed, associate professor of integrated science and humanities, was awarded a $204,348 grant from the Templeton Religion Trust to develop an analytic framework to analyze Islam and science videos that are available online, particularly studying the individuals who are engaged in the online Islam and science discourse as producers of videos and participants who comment on the videos.

Jackie Hayden, professor of film and photography, and Angelina Altobellis, archivist and collections curator, received a $26,882 grant from the Center for Research Libraries to support the Havana Archive Project.

Institutional Grants 2015-16

The Tern Foundation's TernSOLAR program contributed $40,000 for the solar arrays on the R.W. Kern Center.

Hampshire received a $1,000 grant from AAC&U's Bringing Theory to Practice program to hold a "Well-Being Seminar" in spring 2016.

The James Baldwin Scholars Program received the Allen Hilles Fund grant for $3,000; the Breaking the Cycle Foundation grant for $20,000; and the William C. Bullitt Foundation grant for $25,000.

Hampshire's Spiritual Life Program was awarded a $5,000 grant from the Trust for the Meditation Process.

Hampshire was chosen as the recipient of the 2015 Student Health 101 Health Promotion Award for its Hampshire Quits! program ($2,500.)

The Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) program has received several grants, including $100,000 from the Foundation for a Just Society; $40,000 from the Gallagher Family Fund; $50,000 from the Huber Foundation; $15,000 from the Mary Wohlford Foundation; and $10,000 from the OMA Fund (Ms. Foundation for Women); all for general operating support.

The Quixote Foundation, Inc. has awarded $25,000 for general operating support to the Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) program, specifically to continue bringing young people together to "engage reproductive justice within a spectrum of equity issues that reflect our full lives."

OPRA (Outdoor Programs, Recreation, and Athletics) was awarded $1,000 for the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge from the Outdoor Foundation.

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Faculty and Institutional Grants 2014-15

Faculty and Institutional Grants 2013-14

Faculty and Institutional Grants 2012-13

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