Read our interview with Common Good City Farm’s Executive Director Samantha Wetzel on the organization’s mission in providing nourishing vegetables and fruits for all citizens in the Washington, DC area.
Foundation which funds unconventional artistic works that speak on environmental or social issues, will fund a permanent “Oceans Pavilion” that will include a series of exhibits and programming on environmental factors that impact our oceans.
University of Vermont students Javier Garcia-Bernardo, Ben Kaufman, and Alex Perkins formed the nonprofit Books4Equality, with the intention of drastically reducing, if not eliminating, the exorbitant costs of textbooks for college students. The operation is essentially a free library with an online database for anyone to search, view and borrow donated books.
Sesame Street’s educational nonprofit, Sesame Workshop, announced that it will work in conjunction with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to develop and distribute educational media content and tools for children who are displaced around the world because of crisis and conflict.
A course scheduled for next spring at the University of Wisconsin-Madison titled “The Problem of Whiteness” has received much criticism from lawmakers who now want to “pull” funding from the University.
Builders Mutual recently announced the establishment of a nonprofit organization called Job-Site Safety Institute (JSI), a milestone decision that could serve as an example for labor industries everywhere.
Dr. Susana Rivera-Mills, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Ball State University, discusses the university’s emphasis on the educational experience of its students and how the academic institution meets the needs of faculty and staff. This interview was produced in collaboration with WIPB – Indiana Public Broadcasting at Ball State University.