Recent Grant Activities

Here is just a sampling of some of Landmark College’s recent grant-funded projects.

Access to Innovative Education

In December 2013, Landmark received a $500,000 award from the Johnson Scholarship Foundation to establish the Access to Innovative Education fund. This award will allow Landmark to provide full scholarships to students with high financial need. As a matching grant, Landmark will be actively seeking other funders with similar interests to support this new fund.

 

 

Linking Civic Engagement and Student Wellbeing

A recent award through the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Bringing Theory to Practice has allowed Landmark to embark upon a seminar series to investigate how best to support civic engagement among our students.  Faculty and staff came together in January 2014 for the first seminar event. For more information, contact First Year Studies Department Chair Debbie Gassaway Hayward at dhayward@landmark.edu

 

 

WHEC Internship Program

In collaboration with the Windham Higher Education Cooperative (WHEC), Landmark College received an award from the Vermont Department of Labor to create an internship program to support students at six area colleges. This program will be housed at the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation. For more information, contact Academic Dean Adrienne Major amajor@landmark.edu

 

 

Tinkerplots: Investigating the Effectiveness of Tinkerplots in Helping Students with Learning Disabilities Understand Statistical Concepts

Currently in its final year, this NSF-funded project (award no. HRD-1128948) explores data software as a means to supporting students with LD successfully complete introductory statistics courses. For more information, contact Landmark College Institute for Research and Training at institute@landmark.edu.

 

 

Endowed Scholarship Funds

Support for endowed scholarship comes from a variety of sources, including grant funding from private foundations. Landmark proudly partners with the Solon E. Summerfield Foundation and the William H. Pitt Foundation to provide scholarship support to Landmark students.

 

 

 

Putney Sidewalk Project

The Grants Office recently collaborated with the Town of Putney on two grant awards: $300,000 of support from the Vermont Agency of Transportation, Transportation Alternatives program and $25,000 from the Vermont Agency of Administration, Department of Buildings and General Services, both to fund the Putney Sidewalk Project. This project focuses on constructing a walkway between the village of Putney and Landmark College.

 

 

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For additional Information contact:

Lynne Feal-Staub

Grants Manager

802.387.7199

lynnefealstaub@landmark.edu