08.04.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Reimagining Student Affairs

Teagle board member Mary Dana Hinton, who is the President of Hollins University, writes that supporting students requires universities to reimagine their functions holistically, with an eye toward inclusion. 
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08.01.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Philanthropy: Its Power and Influence

Foundations like Teagle can be true drivers of academic innovation, working to give all students access to the same kind of learning opportunities. 
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07.28.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Expanding Access to Transfer Pathways

The New England Transfer Guarantee will expand access to guaranteed transfer pathways in three additional states: Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
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07.14.2022 | STAFF MEDIA

Andrew Delbanco Named the 2022 Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities

Teagle President Andrew Delbanco earns the highest honor the federal government bestows in the humanities.
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07.14.2022 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Andrew Delbanco is named this year's Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities

Teagle President Andrew Delbanco will deliver the 2022 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities.
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06.27.2022 | FOUNDATION UPDATES

Teagle Foundation and CCNY’s Colin Powell School announce new fellowship

A new fellowship program will help undergraduates to become the next generation of civic leaders in New York City.
Teagle Foundation and CCNY’s Colin Powell School announce new fellowship >
06.23.2022 | STAFF WRITINGS

Endowed by Slavery

Teagle Foundation President Andrew Delbanco examines the question of what higher education owes to Black Americans.
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06.07.2022 | FOUNDATION UPDATES

The Teagle Foundation Announces Nearly $4 Million in New Grants

The Teagle Foundation announces $3,940,600 in grants to engage students of all backgrounds with the liberal arts.
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