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Support for the ________________________________ can take many forms. You can download and read about all our priorities. Students benefit from scholarships and seed money for projects that allow them to become tomorrow’s leaders. And as __________ continues to grow in breadth and popularity with students, we need to attract the very best faculty to teach and mentor undergraduates. To that end, support for faculty through research funds, development funds for innovative curriculum, and for other projects helps us to recruit scholars who are leaders in their fields.
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The Czech Studies Fund will support lectures, conferences, film screenings, and other activities featuring Czech culture and society. Funds may also be used to make student travel awards and support the teaching of courses on Czech culture and history. Give.
For more information on Czech studies at CREES, click here.
The Nicolaus Copernicus Endowment was established at the University of Michigan in 1973. The principal goal of this effort is to provide support for Polish programming and fellowships for students in Polish studies. Income from the endowment supports the Annual Copernicus Lectures and other public programming dedicated to advancing a deeper understanding of Poland, its people, and its culture. To make an online donation. Give.
The CREES Endowment was established in 1987 with a challenge grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The endowment supports faculty and student travel grants, visiting lecturers, conferences, special courses, and other regionally-specific projects. Give.