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Administratively housed here at the IAS, the new Minnesota Transform initiative will broaden relationships with local communities and build the University’s capacity to be a site of racial justice.
The University will receive more than $315,000 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to conduct a career-diversity workshop, plus faculty will be eligible to apply for $150,000 research grants. The IAS will begin offering seed grants and activities this fall.
The IAS is coordinating proposals from the UMN for the new Mellon Just Futures Initiative, which will offer grants of up to $5 million for 2–3 years. Expressions of Interest are due August 28; proposals are due September 17.
The Institute for Advanced Study invites applications for a two-year appointment for an early-career scholar as part of the Environmental Stewardship, Place, and Community Initiative. The position is open until filled.