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Did you used to go for a dip in the Endowed Schools' pool?
Bob Glahn Endowed Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology
The Moms Project, an endowed fund at the University of South Florida, provides financial support for undergraduate research assistantships in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences.
Mohammad Shatah Endowed Scholarship Fund, which will support students from north Lebanon.
awarded the 2014-2016 Swede Johnson/Coors Endowed Teaching Chair to Art faculty member Berndt Savig.
The AGS, since its inception in 1996, has adopted a thorough plan to protect and safely invest plots of land, commercial compounds, and industrial buildings -- most of which were endowed by His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.
Trustees of The King Henry VIII Endowed Trust, founded in 1545, made the grant after learning that roof repairs were going to cost the ex-servicemen's retirement home in the region of PS120,000.
James E Evans Endowed Chair in Agricultural Communications.
This is the second endowed staff position at Rollins, the other being at their Cornell Fine Arts Museum.
The Anchorage Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce it has received funding for its first fully endowed chair through a contribution from Richard and Diane Block.
The Launching ceremony of the Saudi ARAMCO Endowed Chair in PMU is truly a historic event in PMU's history because it signifies the close collaborative ties between PMU and SAUDI ARAMCO.