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Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Course-Based Philanthropy

The Course-Based Philanthropy Advisory Committee at Loyola University Chicago is inviting faculty to submit a proposal to participate in Loyola's newly-developed Course-Based Philanthropy Initiative.The initiative has been made possible by a gift from Roger Grein, a Cincinnati philanthropist, who assisted in development of a similar initiative at Xavier University. The program is open to all schools and departments. In Xavier University's program Theology, English, Education, Marketing, Nursing, Finance, Music, African History, Biology, Occupational Therapy and Social Work have all participated. The Loyola Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL) is also providing faculty development fellowships and technical assistance for this pilot program.

Goals for the Program

Advisory Committee

Requests for Proposals and Application

Sample Philanthropy-Based Course Syllabi

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Center for Urban Research and Learning
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