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Sable, Martin H. – 1987
Because it is a relatively new field and is categorized as an interdisciplinary one, urban studies both suffers and benefits in terms of grants and awards. Undergraduate scholarships do not exist, because urban studies is a graduate field. But, since urban studies involves all of the established social studies and a few natural science and…
Descriptors: Awards, Educational Finance, Fellowships, Financial Support
Carter, Glenda, Comp. – 1985
Information about 18 organizations that provide funding for individual, group, or organizational research efforts is presented. The organizations include foundations, corporations, and government and nonprofit agencies. Descriptions are provided for 13 organizations that provide educational grants and 5 organizations that provide miscellaneous…
Descriptors: Business, Doctoral Programs, Donors, Eligibility
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Urban, Wayne J. – Journal of Negro Education, 1989
Examines the effects of educational philanthropy in the career of Horace Mann Bond, Black educational scholar and college administrator. Finds that in Bond's dealings with the General Education Board (GEB) and the Julius Rosenwald Fund, the benefactor-beneficiary relationship simultaneously supported him and effectively halted his scholarly…
Descriptors: Biographies, Black Colleges, Black Education, Educational Administration