Applications for Mawby Fellowships in Philanthropic Studies due April 9

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Grand Valley’s Johnson Center for Philanthropy is seeking applications from faculty members for the Dr. Russell G. Mawby Fellowship in Philanthropic Studies.

The Mawby Fellowship provides the opportunity for one faculty member to work with two undergraduate students on a research project that addresses relevant issues related to philanthropic studies.

The topic of the research will focus on the intersection between any field of academic study and the theory or practice of philanthropy.

The ongoing fellowship program honors Mawby’s lifelong devotion to nurturing, mentoring, and opening doors of opportunity for youth worldwide, as well as his quarter century of leadership in the world of philanthropy as the CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Mawby’s generous endowed gift to the Johnson Center funds the fellowship. The award is open to all faculty members, including teaching administrative/professionals and affiliates.

The application deadline is Monday, April 9. 

Click here to access detailed instructions and an application form.