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Osher Lifelong  Learning Institute (OLLI)  at Casper College is a new program created for adults age 50+ who wish to continue learning and exploring for the sheer joy of it. Renew your enthusiasm for learning in a relaxed atmosphere, without entrance requirements, grades or exams.

Supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation, OLLI is a vibrant learning community offering a rich array of short courses, field trips and lectures of particular interest to adult learners who are interested in taking short-term, non-credit classes. No college background is needed all that is required is a love of learning. Activities take place on the easily accessible Casper College campus as well as offsite in other community locations.

When you become an OLLI member, you’ll enjoy theses benefits:

  • Meeting new friends with similar interests
  • Early enrollment in OLLI courses
  • Discounted course fees
  • Specially-designed field study opportunities
  • The satisfaction of supporting OLLI in its mission to promote lifelong learning and personal growth for adults over age 50.

Contact:   Contact:

Lifelong Learning Specialist
307-268-2097
GW 408A - Casper College
 
Lifelong Learning Specialist
307-268-2099
GW 408B - Casper College

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Casper College Membership Structure

OLLI EventOLLI Members:

  • Fall/Spring/Summer (3 Sessions)
    $55.00 per person:  Includes two free classes in both the Fall and Spring sessions, and one free class in the Summer, as well as admission to all lecture series events. Each additional class is $8.00 per class. Additional costs for books and materials may apply. Field studies priced separately, depending on duration and location of the excursion.
  • Fall or Spring Only (1 Session)
    $35.00 per person:  Includes two free classes and admission to all lecture series events. Each additional class is $8.00 per class. Additional costs for books and materials may apply. Field studies priced separately, depending on duration and location of the excursion.
  • Summer (1 Session)
    $20.00 per person:  Includes one free class and admission to all lecture series events. Each additional class is $8.00 per class. Additional costs for books and materials may apply. Field studies priced separately, depending on duration and location of the excursion.

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The Bernard Osher Foundation was founded by Bernard Osher in 1977. Through the foundation, his philanthropy has benefited a wide range of educational, cultural, and other nonprofit organizations primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area and his native Maine. In the 1990s, the Foundation funded a series of Osher Scholar programs, extending scholarship assistance for post-secondary education to nearly thirty colleges and universities as well as professional and technical schools in California and Maine.

Bernard Osher
Bernard Osher
Barbro Osher
Barbro Osher

Maine native Bernard Osher is a successful businessman and community leader, a patron of the arts and education, whose philanthropy has affected countless organizations over the past quarter century. His wife, the Honorable Barbro Osher, Consul General of Sweden in San Francisco, serves as chair of the foundation.

History of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Movement
What began in 1997 as the University of Southern Maine’s Senior College became the nation’s first Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. And its beginnings are the stuff of legend. Local Rabbi, Harry Sky, worked with the leadership of the University to invite potential older learners to a meeting about an exciting new learning opportunity for older learners in Maine. They expected 150 people, and had enough “chowdah” to feed 175. When 500 potential students showed up, the program was successfully launched, albeit with a very watered down fish chowder lunch.

The Senior College was renamed in 2001 after receiving a gift from The Bernard Osher Foundation that enabled the program to expand its peer-taught courses, workshops and other activities for more than 950 adult learners, ages 55 and over in the Portland, Maine area. OLLI was started, developed and remains an organization run primarily by volunteers who develop the curriculum, staff the office at USM, and design OLLI's extracurricular activities including local and international field trips. The USM institute also coordinates the Maine Senior College Network (MSCN), an organization of the state's 15 Senior Colleges that serves more than 6000 Mainers statewide annually.

Recognizing that the proportion of older people in the United States is growing rapidly, and with it, the demand for lifelong learning programs, the Osher Foundation began to encourage the development of vibrant learning communities of older adults. The Foundation funded Sonoma State University, a member of the California State University (CSU) system, which planned to model its lifelong learning program on the highly-respected Fromm Institute at the University of San Francisco.

Then across the country, new programs offering stimulating learning opportunities were started—and a national movement was born. Pleased with the results of their two pilot programs, the Foundation decided to join the “lifelong learning” field in a significant fashion. The concept of a network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes was compelling, and Requests for Proposals (RFP) were sent to the remaining campuses in the California State University system as well as to those in the University of California (UC) system.

In November 2002, the Foundation Board awarded initial grants to six campuses in the CSU group ( Bakersfield, Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo, Dominguez Hills, Hayward, San Francisco, and San Jose) and four campuses of the UC system ( Davis, Riverside, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz). A separate award was made to the University of Vermont. In February 2003, two more CSU campuses ( Fullerton and San Bernardino) and two more UC campuses ( Berkeley and Irvine) were awarded Osher Foundation grants along with the University of Hawaii at Manoa. With these additional grantees, the Foundation was supporting Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes on 18 campuses in four states. In April 2003, the outstanding progress demonstrated by Sonoma State University led to an endowment grant along with its third year of operating grant support.

In an effort to expand and further diversify the network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes, another RFP was issued in mid-September 2003 to nearly 30 colleges and universities in California and across the nation. In February 2004, the Board of Directors of The Bernard Osher Foundation approved first-year operating grants to 23 institutions of higher learning. In this cohort are eight additional California State University campuses (Channel Islands, Chico, Humboldt, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Marcos, and San Diego; the remaining three University of California campuses (Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara); four private universities (Brandeis, Dominican University of California, Santa Clara, and Richmond); six state universities from Hawaii at Hilo in the West to New Hampshire in the East – with Arizona State, Kansas, Nebraska, and Utah in between; and two community colleges providing unique services to seasoned learners – Sierra College in Northern California and Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona.

Soon existing Lifelong Learning Institutes became interested in the affiliation with the Osher Foundation, seeking to expand and strengthen current programming. Although prior emphasis had been placed largely on start-up programs, the Foundation was also interested in helping to strengthen existing programs, of which there are nearly 400 across the country. In June 2004, with initial grants from the Foundation, the network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes was expanded to include seven established Lifelong Learning Institutes programs at George Mason University, Kennesaw State University, Duke University and the Universities of Dayton, Minnesota, Oregon, and Pittsburgh.

February 2005 saw the designation of 12 additional programs as Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes. The institutes include existing programs at Rutgers University (NJ), University of South Florida, University of Miami; Eckerd College (FL); Tufts University (MA); University of Texas at El Paso; University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Northwestern University (IL); University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Clemson University (SC); and a new institute at California State University, Fresno.

Thirteen programs were approved in June, 2005 by the Foundation's Board of Directors. They include: University of Alabama at Huntsville, University of Alaska at Fairbanks, American University, Washington, D.C., University of Arizona, Hampton University (VA). University of Massachusetts-Boston, University of Missouri-Columbia, New York University, Saginaw Valley State University (MI), University of South Carolina-Beaufort, University of Southern Mississippi-Hattiesburg, Texas Tech University and University of Wisconsin-Madison. The programs at Hampton University, New York University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison programs are start-ups and the remaining ten are existing programs.

Thanks to the generosity of the The Bernard Osher Foundation, the network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes across the United States is meeting the needs of older learners who want to learn simply for the joy of learning and personal fulfillment.Todd

FALL 2014
  • Ancient Grains
    More people are becoming health conscious and want less processed food in their diets. Ancient grains such as buckwheat,
    chia, quinoa, and sorghum have a rich history and history of use in the cuisine of many cultures. These grains are now widely
    available in the United States and recipes are easy to find. We will learn about the history of these ancient grains and prepare a
    few recipes.
    • Course # OLLI 3011
      Fri., Nov. 7
      1–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223 and 224
      Instructor: Pam Jones
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
      Fee: $6
  • Be Smarter than your iPad
    Skype, Facetime, Pinterest, Safari, Apps, Pandora, Talking Tom, Soundhound, Flipboard, Cardiograph, and Everyday Jigsaw
    are not mythical creatures or some foreign language; they are words associated with iPads and iPhones. Learn what these
    words mean and how to use them to communicate with your grandchildren, be cool by knowing the latest songs, check your
    heartbeat, and use your own artwork or photographs to create screen savers. This class is hands-on, so bring your iPad or
    iPhone.
    • Course # OLLI 4010
      Mon., Nov. 10 to Dec. 1
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Karel Mathisen
      Cost: 03 – Complimentary
      04 – $8
  • Dinner and a Movie: Blue Hawaii
    Imagine a fun luau-themed dinner followed by the 1961 musical romantic comedy Blue Hawaii starring Elvis Presley and filmed
    in glorious Technicolor. Of the 30 plus movies that he made during his career, Blue Hawaii is one of Elvis’ most popular. You
    will not want to miss this great night of food, fun, and Elvis.
    • Course # OLLI 2082
      Fri., Nov. 21
      6–9 p.m.
      Location: CS 160
      Instructor: Lisa Icenogle
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
      Fee: $18
  • E-books and E-readers
    Perhaps you have recently gotten an iPad, iPad mini, Kindle, or a Kindle Fire. You have learned the operating basics but now
    you want to know how to get more out of your device. Learn how to download books from the Natrona County Public Library
    and about resources available to you though the Wyoming State Library system. If you have an Amazon.com account or an
    iTunes account you can order eBooks from those sites; some of which are free. Bring your device(s) to class on both days.
    • Course # OLLI 1816
      Thur., Nov. 6 and 13
      9–11 a.m.
      Location: GW 218
      Instructors: Karen Wyatt and Laurie Fletcher
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Exploring Astronom
    The wonders of the skies above can be seen night after night in Casper; however, there is more out there than what we can see with the naked eye. We will use Planetarium modules to explore a variety of astronomical topics ranging from constellations and the celestial sphere to the planets of our solar system. Using simulation and video capabilities of the Planetarium’s full dome video projector we will see the vivid and dynamic motion of the heavens and explore the exotic phenomena of the universe.
    • Course # OLLI 6065
      Mon., Oct. 27 to Dec. 1
      4–5 p.m.
      Location: Planetarium
      Instructors:Andrew Young
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
      Fee: $5
  • Explorations in Ecology
    This class will introduce you to ecological principles through hands-on exploration and inquiry-based learning. You will take
    charge of your own learning experience and use scientific methods to learn about the world around you. OLLIs will join
    forces with Casper College Biology Instructor Kelsey Schmidt’s life science students to design and conduct an ecological study.
    Our multigenerational class will combine the perspectives, experience, expertise, and diverse talents of all participants. We
    will investigate population and community ecology, invasive species, and the mountain pine beetle. Everyone will present
    their research projects at an open house hosted by the Casper College Department of Environmental and Natural Sciences.
    • Course # OLLI 5030
      Fri., Nov. 14, 1–3 p.m.
      Mon., Wed, Fri., Nov. 17 to Dec. 5 (No class on Nov. 26 and 28)
      10–11:40 a.m.
      Tue., Dec. 9, 10 a.m.–noon
      Location: EI 103
      Instructor: Kelsey Schmidt
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • The Four Gospels
    The New Testament contains four accounts of the life of Jesus. We will explore the reasons for four accounts and look at each
    Gospel in depth to discover the different strategies, literary techniques, and Old Testament echoes that each Gospel writer
    used to persuade the reader that Jesus fulfills many promises and expectations of the Old Testament. Bring a Bible to class,
    preferably a newer translation.
    • Course # OLLI 4005
      Thur., Nov. 13 to Dec. 18 (no class on Nov. 27)
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: EI 100
      Instructor: Steven Gunderson
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Greek Coffee and Desserts
    Learn to make desserts and strong coffee that will make your family go “opa!” In our other Greek cooking classes we have
    learned to make savory and sweet dishes. This class, will focus solely on desserts, and George will reveal the secrets of making
    a great cup of Greek coffee.
    • Course # OLLI 7090
      Fri., Nov. 14
      2–5:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 224
      Instructor: George Vlastos
      Cost: 03 – Complimentary
      04 – $8
      Fee: $18
  • Heroes of the Bible: Adam, Noah, Abraham, and Moses
    Join us for a study of the importance of these Biblical characters, their message for ancient Israel, the New Testament
    community, and relevance for us in modern times. Each session will be about one of these character’s lives and their
    significance for understanding the Bible. Bring a Bible to class , preferably a newer translation.
    • Course # OLLI 2070
      Thur., Oct. 16 to Nov. 6
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: EI 100
      Instructor: Steven Gunderson
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • I’ve Written Something; Now What?
    Learn what to do next with that manuscript, article, play, poem, etc., you have written. We will explore publishing options, how
    to write a query letter to an agent or editor, and the benefits of submitting your material to a blog, online magazine, contest, or
    compilation book. We will also spend time writing and critiquing our work.
    • Course # OLLI 4020
      Mon., Nov. 3 and 10
      6–8 p.m.
      Location: GW 202A
      Instructor: Gayle Irwin
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Meditative Drawing: Asian Inspirations
    This class will focus on patterns inspired by India, China, and Japan. We will explore the relaxing benefits of meditative
    drawing. No drawing experience is required, and there are no prerequisite classes. There is a $7 materials fee payable to th e
    instructor.
    • Course # OLLI 3071
      Thur., Oct. 30 to Nov. 20
      6–7:30 p.m.
      Location: LH 184
      Instructor: Jody Halferty
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Mountain Men
    Following the trails of Wyoming’s earliest white residents, we will focus on the first-hand stories told by the mountain men.
    Our all-star lineup includes Hugh Gloss, John Coulter, Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, the Sublette brothers, Jacques Laramie,
    and many more.
    • Course # OLLI 1000
      Mon. and Wed., Oct. 20 to Nov. 12
      6:30–8 p.m.
      Location: LH 283
      Instructor: Dwain Romsa
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Sails as Stars II: Sailing Go-fasts, Clipper Ships, and the America’s Cup Yachts
    Calling all sailors and landsmen to see a movie in which sailing ships and yachts are the stars instead of the human actors. We
    will discuss sailing go-fasts from clipper ships (the greyhounds of the sea) to the yachts that sailed for the America’s Cup. We
    will also discuss modern small-boat sailing regattas.
    • Course # OLLI 8002
      Mon. and Wed., Nov. 3 to 17
      2–4 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructors: Bob Moore and Albert Metz
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Tai Chi for Balance and Confidence
    Have fun learning tai chi for balance and fall prevention. The gentle, slow, continuous movements of tai chi are a
    proven, effective way to control arthritis pain. The instructor follows an excellent tai chi for health series developed by Dr.
    Paul Lam. Enjoy better balance, flexibility, range of motion, stress reduction, and the health benefits from doing tai chi.
    Movements are taught standing, but they can be done seated. All movements can be modified for your comfort. Wear
    comfortable shoes and clothing.
    • Course # OLLI 3061
      Tue. and Fri., Nov. 4 to Dec. 12 (No class on Nov. 28)
      1–2 p.m.
      Location: EI 101
      Instructor: Harry Groves
      Cost: 03 – Complimentary
      04 – $8
  • They Work Like Dogs
    There are many careers for dogs that enrich our lives and theirs. Learn about therapy, sled, and assistance dogs.
    Representatives of the Central Wyoming Kennel Club will bring various dog breeds for you to meet during the last class.
    • Course # OLLI 5041
      Tue., Nov. 4 to 25
      6–7 p.m.
      Location: CS 160
      Instructor: Linda Heberlein
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • Turkey: Crossroads of the World
    Turkey owes its unique place in the world to its geography and its wonderful diversity of people. We will look at this amazing
    country through its history and culture. There are wonderful places to explore including Istanbul, Ephesus, and Tarsus.
    Turkey is home to coffee, yogurt, and shish kebabs, and has a diversity of customs that connect cultures of the world.
    • Course # OLLI 4071
      Tue., Nov. 11
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 223
      Instructor: Jim Boal
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
  • War to End all Wars: Part I
    It has now been a century since a small European conflict erupted into World War I. Prejudice and outdated attitudes
    combined with unfamiliar technology to produce arguably the most horrific war ever fought. We will examine the causes of
    the war and the first half of the conflict through 1916.
    • Course # OLLI 7076
      Wed. and Thur., Nov. 5, 6, and 12
      2–3:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Tom Smyth
      Cost: 03 – Complimentary
      04 – $8
  • War to End all Wars: Part II
    This class will explore America’s involvement in World War I, the final two years of this brutal, exhaustive conflict, and the
    misguided peace that redrew the map of Europe and set the stage for an even larger conflict. We will look at how World War
    I settled nothing, and yet changed the world forever.
    • Course # OLLI 7077
      Wed. and Thur., Nov. 13, 19 and 20
      2–3:30 p.m.
      Location: GW 222
      Instructor: Tom Smyth
      Cost: 03 – Complimentary
      04 – $8
  • Writing for Life
    This class is for writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry who would like to share their work with other writers in a
    nonthreatening environment. You will have the opportunity to read your writing, receive constructive criticism, and assess
    how your work meets publication criteria. The class will meet twice a month for three months.
    • Course # OLLI 4021
      Tue., Sept. 9 to Dec. 16
      3–5 p.m.
      Location: GW 202A (LH 171 Oct. 21)
      Instructor: Audrey Cotherman
      Cost: 01 – Complimentary
      02 – $8
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Lifelong Learning Specialist
307-268-2097
GW 408 A
Karen Arnold
Lifelong Learning Specialist
307-268-2099
Laura Driscoll
Dean, Continuing Education / Community Partnerships
307-268-2733
GW 408 G

OLLI Events are informative!

If you are interested in teaching a class for the OLLI program please call Karen Arnold at 307-268-2099 for more information.

When is the Registration Deadline?
Unless otherwise noted, registration is on-going until the class fills or begins. Class sizes are limited and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

What about cancellations?
Classes occasionally are cancelled due to insufficient registration or other unforeseen circumstances.  All fees will be refunded if the class is cancelled by Casper College.  In most cases, the decision to cancel a class will occur at least three days prior to the start of class, so register early to prevent cancellations.

What about refunds?
If you are unable to attend a class or field study for which you have registered, please notify us at least THREE business days prior to the start of the class or the registration deadline, whichever date is sooner, to cancel your registration and arrange for a refund.  No refunds will be granted without the required notice.  Failure to attend is not a cancellation.  If you have any questions please call 307-268-2097.

What is the regular class size?
Because supplies must be purchased in advance and because there is limited space in many of the classrooms, the class size is limited to the number of students listed in the capacity.  If a class is full, students will be put on a waiting list. Students are not advised to show up at a class if the class is full.

What about inclement weather?
In the event of inclement weather, call the college at 307-268-2100 to verify the status of your class.

It is the policy of Casper College that discrimination based on race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity, shall not exist in the college’s treatment of employees and students.

OLLIWelcome to the National Resource Center website for the network of Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes (OLLI). The OLLI at the University of Southern Maine (USM) serves as the national center for the current network of 117 lifelong learning institutes throughout the nation.

The National Resource Center for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes plays a lead role in disseminating information on effective educational programming for older learners. In addition to providing information and connections via a website, the Resource Center will publish a national research journal, plan a biennial national conference, and provide a number of other ways for OLLIs to connect with one another.

The Bernard Osher Foundation designated the Osher Institute at USM as the National Resource Center for Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes in 2004. The Center is not a governance body so much as a center for excellence and dissemination of best practice models. Each Osher Institute reflects the culture of its own university and its learning community. The National Resource Center exists to facilitate the exchange of opinions, solutions and experiences among institutes throughout the country so that all can benefit.

About the OLLI National Network

Osher Lifelong Learning - List of Institutes

Received Grants before November 2002
  • University of Southern Maine (endowment grant in Spring, 2001)
  • Sonoma State University (endowment grant in April, 2003)
Received Grant Notification in November 2002
  • Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo
  • CSU Bakersfield
  • CSU Dominguez Hills
  • CSU Hayward (inactive)
  • San Francisco State University
  • San Jose State University (inactive)
  • UC Davis
  • UC Riverside
  • UC Santa Cruz
  • University of Vermont
Received Grant Notification in February 2003
  • CSU Fullerton
  • CSU San Bernardino
  • UC Berkeley
  • UC Irvine
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
Received Grant Notification in February 2004
  • Arizona State University
  • Brandeis University
  • Dominican University of California
  • Humboldt State University
  • CSU Channel Islands
  • CSU Chico
  • CSU Long Beach
  • CSU Sacramento
  • CSU San Diego
  • CSU San Marcos
  • UC Los Angeles
  • UC San Diego
  • UC Santa Barbara (inactive)
  • Santa Clara University
  • Sierra College (CA)
  • University of Hawaii at Hilo (inactive)
  • University of Kansas
  • University of Nebraska
  • University of Richmond (VA)
  • University System of New Hampshire (inactive)
  • University of Utah
  • Yavapai College (AZ)
Received Grant Notification in June 2004
  • Duke University
  • George Mason University
  • Kennesaw State University (Georgia)
  • University of Dayton
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Oregon
Received Grant Notification in February 2005
  • CSU Fresno
  • Clemson University (SC)
  • Eckerd College (FL)
  • Northwestern University (IL)
  • Rutgers University (NJ)
  • Tufts University (MA)
  • University of Miami
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • University of North Carolina at Wilmington
  • University of South Florida
  • University of Texas at El Paso
  • University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston

 

 
 
Received Grant Notification in June, 2005
  • University of Alabama at Huntsville
  • University of Alaska at Fairbanks
  • American University, Washington, D.C.
  • University of Arizona
  • Hampton University (VA)
  • University of Massachusetts - Boston
  • University of Missouri - Columbia
  • New York University (inactive)
  • Saginaw Valley State University (MI)
  • University of South Carolina - Beaufort
  • University of Southern Mississippi - Hattiesburg
  • Texas Tech University
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison (inactive)
Received Grant Notification in June, 2006
  • CSU Monterey Bay
  • Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
  • Colorado State University
  • Florida International University
  • Oklahoma State University
  • Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)
  • Towson University (MD)
  • University of Connecticut
  • University of Denver
  • University of Illinois
  • University of Iowa
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Michigan
  • University of Montana
  • University of New Mexico
  • University of Oklahoma
  • University of the Pacific (CA)
  • University of South Dakota
  • University of Washington
  • Widener University (PA)
Received Grant Notification in December, 2006
  • Boise State University, Boise Idaho
  • University of Kentucky, Lexington
  • Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
  • University of North Dakota, Grand Forks
  • Vanderbilt University, Tennessee
  • University of Texas, Austin
  • West Virginia University
  • Casper College, Wyoming
Received Grant Notification after December, 2006
  • Aquinas College
  • Auburn University
  • Berkshire Community College
  • Bradley University
  • Coastal Carolina University
  • CSU East Bay
  • Emory University
  • Florida State University
  • Furman University
  • Granite State College
  • Indiana State University
  • Iowa State University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • The Pennsylvania State University
  • Southern Oregon University
  • Stony Brook State University of New York
  • Temple University
  • University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa
  • University of Arkansas
  • University of Cincinnati
  • University of Delaware
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Nevada, Reno
  • University of Virginia
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

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