Monthly Archives: June 2003

Jamaal Crone Begins Summer Work in Social Entrepreneurship

Jamaal Crone, a rising senior at Lynchburg College, began work on May 23 as a summer intern at the Legacy Museum.
Jamaal’s internship is part of a project on social entrepreneurship funded by the Kaufman Foundation and administered by the Lynchburg College Center for Community Development and Social Justice.
A double major in communication and religious studies, [...]

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FAQ about the NEH Challenge Grant

What is the NEH, anyway?

The National Endowment for the Humanities was established by Congress in 1965 to support research and public programs in the humanities.

What are the humanities?

For the purposes of NEH grants, the humanities include subjects like history, literature, religion, foreign languages, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, art history and criticism, dance history and [...]

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Grants from Community Trust and R. R. Donnelly Help Meet NEH Challenge

When the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust announced its grants for 2003 the first week in June, the Legacy Museum was one of a few grant applicants to be awarded the entire amount requested, $10,000. That same week, the R.R. Donnelly Foundation pledged $15,000, payable over then next three years, to the endowment fund. Both donations [...]

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