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T. Kohn (Tamara.Kohn@DURHAM.AC.UK)
Tue, 24 Oct 1995 11:37:37 -0500

comprehensive program of study, research, teaching, and public service, with
the goal of increasing the understanding and practice of philanthropy. The
Center defines philanthropy to include voluntary giving, voluntary action,
and voluntary association in the interest of the public good.
In an effort to fulfill its mission, Indiana University faculty members
have integrated philanthropic studies into over 60 interdisciplinary
courses. Several degree programs are now available in Philanthropic
Studies, including the nation's first Master of Arts in Philanthropic
Studies, based in the School of Liberal Arts. Also available is the Master
of Public Affairs with a concentration in nonprofit management from the
School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Several dual degrees have been
proposed. Such an option would allow a student to pursue a M.A. in
philanthropy and a master's in another discipline such as history,
economics, business, public affairs, or library science. For those unable
to complete a full-time Master's degree, a Diploma in Philanthropic Studies
is available. Other Indiana University schools and departments offer
doctoral-level concentrations or thematic minors in philanthropy, and dual
degree program options are available.
The deadline for application to the M.A. and MPA programs is July 15th,
you are anticipating fall enrollment, and November 15th for spring
enrollment. Tuition fees for the 1995-96 academic year are $132.75 per
credit hour for Indiana residents and $383.00 per credit hour for non-residents.
Your assistance in disseminating information about these opportunities t
students on your campus is greatly appreciated.
The Jane Addams and Andrew Carnegie Fellowships in Philanthropy program
seeks applicants for fellowships of guided study and practice in
philanthropy for the period of August 15, 1996 to June 15, 1997. Qualified
applicants for the Jane Addams program will be recent graduates with a
bachelor's degree in any academic field. Andrew Carnegie applicants must be
recent graduates of a business school with a bachelor's degree. All
candidates should have demonstrated leadership potential and a special
interest in some aspect of philanthropy. The program is not intended for
students who are already committed to a program of graduate study or who
have received graduate degrees.
To receive a brochure and application materials, interested persons shou
Jane Addams and Andrew Carnegie Fellowships in
Indiana University Center on Philanthropy
550 West North Street, Suite 301
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-3162
Phone: (317) 278-2700
FAX: (317) 278-2701
The Hearst Minority Fellowship is open to members of groups traditionall
under-represented in organized philanthropy who are interested in pursuing
the Master of Public Affairs Nonprofit Management degree or the Master of
Arts in Philanthropic Studies. Candidates must have a bachelor's degree or
an equivalent degree from another country and should be recent graduates,
active volunteers, or nonprofit practitioners. Applications are evaluated
based upon academic performance, personal recommendations, and demonstrated
leadership potential.
For a brochure and application, contact:
Hearst Minority Fellowship Program
Indiana University Center on Philanthropy
550 West North Street, Suite 301
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3162
Phone: (317) 274-4200
FAX: (317) 684-8900
Again, thank you for your time and cooperation.