$6.5M Gift From Wharton Alumnus

$6.5 million is a gift to the University of Pennsylvania from Barry R. Lipman, an alumnus of the Wharton School of Business to establish the Lipman Family Prize. An annual prize will recognize organizations working to create sustainable solutions to
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$25,000 Toward Tuition to Perelman Jewish Day School

Perelman Jewish Day School announced a new tuition-incentive program targeted to middle-income families. It made possible by the generous support of  philanthropists Sandy and Steve Cozen. The Cozen Scholars Program will offer middle-income Perelman families with children entering kindergarten or first grade tuition grants of $5,000 each year for five years, (more...)

$30 million For George School

When Anderson's mother became ill, her father decided to send her to board at George School. He did not want her to be a latch-key child. That is how Barbara Dodd Anderson, a native New Yorker, became the George School student. That was a difficult time , she (more...)

Students’ Week Without Social Media

An unusual experiment took place in December in one of high schools: can students avoid text messages, e-mails, Twitter and Facebook for one week? During this experiment they were able to call each other, but not text or e-mail. As a grant for taking steady and honest part in the (more...)

Drexel University Announces New Building

Drexel University announced Tuesday, in the University Quad, a record $45 million gift from corporate executive and alumnus Bennett S. LeBow to build a new College of Business academic center. The $45 million donation is the largest donation to a business school in the history of Pennsylvania and (more...)

Stress Connected to Intelligence

Stress Connected to Intelligence

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Science Grants in Philadelpia Universities

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Hebrew Charter School in Philadelphia

Hebrew Charter School in Philadelphia

Whether or not a new Hebrew charter school with middle east studies will be opened in Philadelphia soon is a big question. Many businessmen in the city are optimistic about the subject and look to a lovely building placed on Vine Street, whose threshold must be crossed by its first (more...)

Arts Grants in Philadelphia

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Franklin Institute to Expand in Parkway

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